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tj ­ • 1 year ago

King William County, Virginia. Early 18th century brick home, shown on early maps as "Aylett", and "Marlboro." The private, 7.8 acres is located on a small hill and consist of part open grazing field and woods. The property has several outbuildings, ideal for studios or shops. Mostly renovated and very livable. Conveniently located 27 miles from Richmond and 3 miles to shopping and dining. $ 268,000.00

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