Antebellum manor house with 5 bed rooms, privately situated on the James River and bordering a bold creek. Historically
restored and original outbuildings. 66 acres to explore - there is a slave cemetery on the property as well as ruins of old
cabins and an icehouse.
It was originally a 1500 acre plantation owned by Samuel J. Walker, who fought in the 174th Virginia Militia along with his
brother Col. Benjamin P. Walker. His great nephew was Major General Walton Walker, chief of staff for General Patton in
A lovely and peaceful home surrounded by majestic oaks, yet only minutes to local attractions in Appomattox and only an
hour from Charlottesville. Enjoy having your morning coffee on one of the screened porches with gentle breezes and views.
Explore the property with it's old farm roads and historic ruins.
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