Tennent Furr Historic House ~ Caroline County
The historic Tennent-Furr home built in 1830 was among the first farmhouses in Caroline County. Several well-planned additions, including a 2006 renovation, transformed the home into one of the area’s most beautiful homes. Its welcoming, wide front porch leads to a grand entry with a stunning three-story staircase. Large formal living and dining rooms and a sunroom are balanced by an updated kitchen and inviting family room with a wood-burning fireplace perfect for gatherings. The kitchen is open to a breakfast room with beautiful garden views. Upstairs has a master suite with private bath, walk-in-closet, three additional bedrooms (one used as a study) and a hall bath. The finished attic is currently a crafts room with storage. The spacious finished basement houses a studio/work room (or a potential 5th bedroom/office) with a full bath, laundry area and loads of storage. The home is set on about one private acre with mature trees, grassy lawn, stone patio, covered porches and space for flower and vegetable gardens. It’s 15 minutes to the new train station, 20 minutes to historic downtown Fredericksburg, and 40 minutes to Richmond. Come visit this relaxing retreat!