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
Colonial America, Est. 1607 Werowocomoco was Powhatan's main village. It was located in Gloucester County, VA. When a post office was established in the area, the US Postal Service said "Werowocomoco" was too long and shortened the area's name to "Wicomico". Artifacts from what is believed to be the site of the longhouses that served as homes, are currently being excavated.
Old Brick Farm House- SO beautiful. Old homes are a constant work in progress. Something always gives out. But they are also a labor of love and the work would be worth it for me to live in a place like this. *sigh*
ivy bricks and redding vines dainty foot step and rapid rhymes a bicycle built for two with no one for the ride the damp ground settles down and you walk down memory lane in that same old same old defiant stride