Located in the quiet, private neighborhood of Cherrington, just off the Kennett Pike Historic Byway, this home was inspired by the Powell-Haddam House currently located at 410 Tyler Street, Williamsburg, Virginia. The Williamsburg house was built between 1753 & 1760. Mrs. Sarah Haddam, an English actress, was reported to have lived in the house sometime during this period. This 4-bedroom, 2.1-bath Centreville home was built with the identical floor plan as the Williamsburg house. Fireplaces, ceiling beams, door latches & many other architectural features were used to duplicate the Powell-Haddam House. The home features a period Waterbury Kitchen (renovation date of 2008) with soapstone counter tops & a gas range, 4 working fireplaces (2 with gas logs, 1 with bake oven, & a gas starter for wood-burning), a 3-level deck with built-in hot tub, a walk-out full basement with Terrazzo patio & an alarm system. The electrical system is wired with a separate fuse for a generator. Additional features include fresh interior paint, plank pine floors, copper gutters, Marvin windows & Cedar Roof (2010). Please note: Septic Inspection was performed-new drainfield & D-Box are scheduled to be installed.
DW - Circular, Asphalt Driveway
Full, Unfinished, Walkout Level
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