• $899,000 5%
  • $185 / SqFt
  • Days on Market 143
  • MLS# VAFB118892
1 Beds
1 Baths
4 ½ Baths
4851 SQFT
0.14 Acres
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This unique and beautiful William J. Chewning House is looking for new owners and what a story it has to tell! "Shadow Lawn" was constructed in the mid-late 1800s in Gothic Revival Style and originally stood at 408 George Street. From 1929 to 1937 it housed the private American Civil War Collection of Dr. Chewning and was known as The National Battlefield Museum. In 1984, the home was relocated to its current location at 804 Charles Street. It is zoned as Commercial Transitional (CT) and is currently configured for four Business tenants and one Apartment. The entry-level has 3 professional-sized offices and a private bath (leased as one unit). The top floor has two professional size offices, one assistant office, and a private bathroom. The English basement is divided in half: 1/2 has one professional office an assistant’s office and a private bathroom. The other 1/2 has two professional size offices, an assistant size office, and a private bathroom. The basement also has a common kitchen and a common waiting area. City Zoning has approved this property for a variety of housing types (with proper permits), including Duplex, Live/Work Unit, Townhome, Single Family Detached, Dwelling Unit over a Non-Residential use. So many possibilities...make your vision a reality!

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