No. 1111 Princess Anne Street Fredericksburg City "The Marye House" SOLD! This 1820's Federal style house exudes an understated elegance that only a period house can. This residence presents a perfect opportunity for an owner to update and modernize this historically significant house in a way that will make it their own. Two-bedroom dependency and two-car garage on the property give it amenities that few other downtown residences can offer! Sold as-is and priced to sell! Priced at $1,050,000
No. 510 George Street Fredericksburg City "The Dr. Phillip-Cox House"
SOLD! American History comes home to this handsome Colonial Revival from 1935. Built to exacting standards by Dr. Phillip Cox, this timeless design constructed with the finest materials – Flemish bond brick, slate roof, and copper gutters – exudes a style that only a period house can. Many upgrades, including a sensational gourmet chef’s kitchen, salute the past by complementing the aura of this period residence with a fresh renovation that delights today’s family. Priced at $995,000.
SOLD! No. 100 Wolfe Street Downtown Fredericksburg City Live right in the center of everything! Located on the corner of Sophia and Wolfe streets, 100 Wolfe Street is right across from the Rappahannock River, Brock's bar, and just steps away from the VRE Commuter Railway and Caroline Street's best shopping and restaurants. Sold as-is for $199,900.
No. 1517 Suttle Lane King George, Virginia
2.6-acre lot with 100 feet of waterfront on the Potomac. Sandy beach looks two miles over to Charles County, Maryland. Ready to build with well and septic system in place! Priced at $375,000.
The Warehouses at N. 306 to NO. 312 Frederick Street and Lots 307 to 313 Charles Street
The warehouses have sold! Catch up on local news and read about the potential future of the warehouses, the Lofts of Frederick Street. Warehouse Article, Free Lance Star, June 2017 The red brick warehouse, the Coffee Warehouse, is an interesting total rehab project from the 1890's and may qualify for Virginia tax credits. The stucco Furniture Warehouse from the 1940's provides excellent storage and may possibly be demolished to make way for something new.The four vacant Charles Street lots are ready for developmentAll Zoned Commercial-Downtown and all in the flood plain.Located across from the Amtrak/VRE station.Altogether only $1,000,000 for the entire property.