4 Beds | 1.5 Baths | 2,844 Sq Ft | 1780 Year Built | Sold
Gordon Green Terrace, the first room constructed in 1780, is a brick and frame structure still boasting much of its original interior wood work. The Gardens are full of old boxwoods and flowers popular in the 19th century. The original owner, Samuel Gordon came to America from Scotland with his brother Basil. Both prospered in shipping and the mercantile trade. It is thought that the brick walkways throughout the gardens were originally ballast on trading ships that frequented the port of Falmouth. This historic home can be yours! This is an incredible opportunity to own a piece of Falmouth and Fredericksburg history. With two additions from the original structure, the home now boasts approx. 2,800 SF finished, with a detached studio and garage as well, all on .39 acres. There are also 2 small stone outbuildings.
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