Absolutely incredible brick Colonial Revival home in the heart of Downtown Fredericksburg, built by Peck Heflin in 1928. The first thing you can marvel at is the huge, welcoming front porch of the house on the corner lot surrounded by a low brick wall. The view from your front porch is Kenmore Plantation! Originally built for J.W. Masters, this home stayed in his family until it was purchased by Josiah and Anne Rowe in 1960. It has remained in the Rowe family for the last 59 years. The family has decided to pass the stewardship to another family. There was a major addition in 1997 to the back of the home and a relocation of the 1 car garage to the back of 1110 Douglas Street, the lot directly behind the home. The additional lot and garage will convey with the property. The garage is accessible from an alley off of Washington Avenue. The home boasts over 5, 400 SF finished on 3 levels and an additional 1, 436 SF in the unfinished basement. An elevator was added from the basement to the second floor. The third floor houses 2 bedrooms, a full bath, a small open library area and lots of storage. The second floor boasts the original master bedroom with ensuite bath and fireplace, two additional bedrooms and the "new" 1997 master bedroom with a large bathroom, two walk in closets and a small balcony. The gorgeous main level entrance has the original chandelier, as do the formal living and dining rooms. The first floor retains the detailed woodwork, mouldings, wood floors and fireplace mantels. A large den on the main level could be converted to a main level bedroom. The exterior is complete with extensive, mature perennial gardens, a covered walkway, shaded patio and a ramp off of Douglas Street that could easily be reverted to an off street parking space.
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