Here's Your Chance to Own a Piece of History—The Remarkable Warner Hall Is on the Market
Welcome to the historic Warner Hall. Situated on just over 38 acres on the shores of the Severn River in Gloucester, VA, it's a grand estate with ties to prominent figures like Queen Elizabeth II and George Washington. Throughout the Manor House and converted Carriage House, you'll find sixteen bedrooms, sixteen full baths, and six half baths. Originally built in 1748, it can be found on both the National Register of Historic Places and the Virginia Historic Landmarks Commission. Whether you want to use the property as a bed and breakfast or a family estate, this impressive piece of history can all be yours for $4,500,000. View the full listing here.
The fence-lined drive leads you up to the impressive manor.
Just through the front door, you’re greeted by a grand staircase, custom molding, and 10-foot ceilings. The Manor House is just over 16,000 square feet.
Throughout the property, you’ll find 13 working fireplaces in both the common areas and the suites.
The hall features 11 individual suites that each have their own bathroom and sitting area. Some even have their own fireplace.
Porch with a View
Spacious covered porches offer plenty of space for outdoor dining and sitting.
The Carriage House
Offering an additional 3,800 square-feet of living space, the renovated Carriage House is home to a chef’s kitchen, Brazilian cherry and solid oak floors, and additional sleeping quarters.
Views of the Severn River are offered throughout the grounds. The property includes 1,200 feet of waterfront with a river cottage, pier, and boat ramp.
Full of History
The Manor House (circa 1900), which was built on the earlier 17th and 18th century foundation, has been beautifully restored while still keeping the history alive. Visit The Inn at Warner Hall site to read the full history of the property.