After relocating both Agecroft & the Virginia House, Architect, Henry Morse designed this house in 1928 as a nod to the 15th century Anne Hathaway Cottage in the heart of England. The most striking features of this type of Tudor home are the half-timbers, SOLID walls, curved eaves, broken lines & varied-sized windows. Seamless and architecturally sensitive additions have been subsequently added to improve the form and function of the floor plan. Historic Richmond says. “ This is perhaps one of the finest reproductions of an English cottage seen in Richmond. Its quaint charm and delightful setting truly make one feel as if a real portion of old England has been transported to RVA. The magnificent antiquity of the structure is complemented by a sun-filled, warm, and charming interior. Inside you will be greeted by a mix of wood & tile flooring, plus spacious formal & casual living spaces. Enormous great room with panoramic views of the yard & a covered porch creates the perfect place to relax with friends and family. Four bedrooms all with ensuite full baths. Never-ending closets and storage space throughout. It does need a little TLC to make it your own. So many options.
Property Features Include: 4, yes, multiple zone, radiant and heat pump, public, freshly painted and restored lead pane windows, gracious entertainment and formal rooms, full unfinished and b-dried
Additional Information: Wood and Tile floors thoughout, Slate driveway and walkways, Real Stucco , Stainless Steel
Home Owners Assoc. Fee: $458
Association Type: homeowners
Built in: 1928
Approximate Square Feet:
Real Stucco, brick, and stone.
Roof: 50 year architectural shingles roof.
Lot Acres: .48