The opportunity to own one of Petersburg’s oldest historic homes lies in the sale of 614 High Street; built in circa 1750 by prominent Petersburg citizen Edward Stabler, and located in the Old Towne Historic District of Petersburg, Virginia, this home stands in close proximity to the Appomattox River, shops, restaurants, art studios, galleries, and numerous examples of historic period architecture. This classic wood framed 3566 square foot Georgian home has survived epic war and the growth of a nation, and originally featured the grand Center Foyer and stair hall flanked by spacious entertaining rooms, and two large bedrooms above. The home has evolved over time with the addition of the Dining Room and its beautifully detailed floor to ceiling china cabinet with divided light glass doors, and the third bedroom above in the late 1800’s. The current Kitchen was built sometime in the 1960’s, and has as its centerpiece a stunning bank of windows from Stabler’s Apothecary shop . . .
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