The William Hodges Mann house was built for the Governor of Virginia. The house was built in 1870. It is located on 3.27 acres in Crewe, Virginia. The italianate home features a covered front porch, hardwood floors, wainscoting, gorgeous door and window surrounds, crystal chandeliers and ceiling medallions. The property has pecan trees and an old smokehouse. Three bedrooms, two bathrooms and 3,072 square feet. $249,900
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From the Zillow listing:
This historic home was built in 1870 by William Hodges Mann who was Governor of Virginia from 1910 to 1914. See attached document for more of the history. The home is a 2 story Italianate style with a 3rd story Tower room that is currently an office and it contains Governor Mann’s original desk that transfers to the new owner. The home has large rooms with all the interior window and door trim and doors are solid walnut and doors are 9 feet tall. Main floor has a large entry hallway with walnut staircase, large parlor and dining room. The family room could be a first floor bedroom. Upstairs there are 3 large bedrooms, master bedroom has adjoining master bath., The Yard has Pecan trees and 2 Magnolia trees out front that date to the building of the house. The old smoke house is still on the property as well as the foundation for the original barn and silo. This is truly a once in a generation find. They do not build houses like this one anymore. Call to set up your showing today.
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