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River House

US / Virginia
Listed By: Paige Beck
Location ID: #999-18341
Colonial Williamsburg Style 6 bedroom, 5.5 bathrooms, 32 acre manicured and wooded estate on 400' of the Potomac River. The original home,1950's, has wide plank flooring, four fireplaces, narrow stairs and a little room off the retro blue bathroom with dormer storage. The upstairs has a flow of old and new design with plank doors and up to date bathrooms. The foyer has slate flooring and was built to include the original brick face of the house; it flows into the parlor with pool table and sweeping views of the river. The living room has wide plank flooring, original bay windows with accompanying secret doors. The dinning room also has wide plank flooring and lighted custom built corner shelving, original patio door and a sitting bay window. The 'new',1980's, kitchen incorporates the original kitchen with fireplace and small shallow wine cellar with wine bar. The sixth bedroom is an In-law suite with panoramic views of the river on the first floor. The estate also has a separate car barn and detached three bay garage with an upstairs art studio. The riverfront is landscaped, has a small dock / boatlift, and the ruins of a scuttled World War 1 cargo ship two hundred yards off shore.

Location Category:

  • ACCOMMODATIONS - [general]
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  • HOUSES - Mansions / Estates
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  • LAKES / RIVERS - Rivers

Architecture Style:

  • Colonial
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  • Period 1950s
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  • Period 1980s

Location Address

158 Waller Point Drive
Stafford, VA 22554
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Contact Details

Paige Beck
158 Waller Point Drive
Stafford, VA 22554
Phone: 703.609.8114
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