Here is a house that has stood the test of time. This large home built in 1906 has seen a great deal of King George history right from its front windows. This beautiful colonial home features large rooms with plaster walls, detailed craftsmen trim work, and brilliant heart pine hardwood flooring. As you step in the front door to the open foyer, it welcomes you home. From the magnificent foyer, there are entrances to the formal living room with fireplace, beautiful mantel and heart pine flooring; the formal dining room with built-in china hutch; and the den with wood-paneled walls and built-in shelving. The large eat-in kitchen has built-in shelving and an oversized pantry. The open stairway leads to the second floor featuring 4 large bedrooms and 2 full baths. Hall bath has a claw-foot tub. Bedroom/sunroom has large windows to let the sunlight in and a large closet. Open area on second floor would be a great sitting area or study area. The adjacent primary bedroom has carpeting and a private bath. Walkup unfinished attic has room for all your storage needs. Attached oversized side-load garage has a flue for a wood stove if you would like to add one plus built-in shelving. There is even a very large mud room/laundry room that has room for a craft or hobby work area. The yard is planted in zoysia grass and has large shade trees. New 4-bedroom septic system was installed in 2021 and is connected to public water. You can see the pride of ownership in this meticulously cared for home. Shows the love of a large family The property is zoned C-2. Please note under C-2 General trade district regulations in Section 2.10.2 of the King George County Zoning Ordinance that among the uses permitted by right is “1. All uses permitted by right within the Retail Commercial District (C-1).” Please further note under C-1 Retail commercial district regulations in Section 2.9.2 of the King George County Zoning Ordinance that among the uses permitted by right is “16. Dwellings, one family, in existence on September 3, 1987, the date of adoption of this ordinance.” It is my understanding that the house located at 10066 Kings Highway, King George, Virginia was built sometime during or shortly before 1906 by W.A. Rose and that it was used by him and his descendants as a one family dwelling. By deed dated May 26, 1962, Turner Rose and Elaine T. Rose conveyed that house to my parents Horace A. and Mary V. Revercomb. Members of my family have used the house at 10066 Kings Highway, King George, Virginia exclusively as a one family dwelling since 1962.
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