4 Bedroom Home in the Country with an Inground Pool and Ready for your Horses!
Here is your chance to get out in the country in this well kept and modern home on 3.5 acres! Only minutes outside of the town of Windsor in historic Isle of Wight County Virginia, this property is convenient to all of Hampton Roads and less than an hour from the Richmond area! It has hardwood floors throughout the 1st floor. It comes with a modern kitchen with quartz counter tops and tile floors. All appliances convey! You will get lots of room in this 4 BR home. Large Master BR has bamboo floors and master bath. Good size bedrooms. Large Finished Room Over Garage (FROG) for additional family space or “man room”. Walk in attic for storage or even more living area if you want. The open floor plan promotes family togetherness and spills right out to the patio where you will find the in-ground pool! Great for gatherings and enjoying time with friends & family. This is a great family property! With about half of the 3.5 acres being wooded, you get some privacy and it adds to the great country atmosphere. This property comes with an attached garage as well as a detached garage. It will make a great workshop and offer even more storage and parking. Got horses? Bring them too fencing, barn, and pass thru is ready and waiting for you. Lighting and round pen available also. Don’t miss this one.
Isle of Wight County features two incorporated towns, Smithfield and Windsor. The original courthouse for the county was built in Smithfield in 1750. The original courthouse and its associated tavern (The Smithfield Inn) are still standing. A new courthouse was built near the center of the county in 1800. The 1800 courthouse and its associated tavern (Boykin’s Tavern) are also still standing. The 1800 courthouse is used daily, and is the government chambers for the Board of Supervisors, as well as the meeting hall for the School Board. The chambers still occasionally serve as an actual courthouse for civil trials if the new courthouse is fully in use. The first English plantations along the south shore within present-day Isle of Wight were established by Puritan colonists, beginning with that of Christopher Lawne in May 1618. Several members of the Puritan Bennett family also came to settle the area, including Richard Bennett who led the Puritans to neighboring Nansemond in 1635, and later became governor of the Virginia Colony.
By 1634, the Colony consisted of eight shires or counties with a total population of approximately 5,000 inhabitants. One of these was Warrosquyoake Shire, renamed Isle of Wight County in 1637, after the island off the south coast of England of the same name. The name was probably changed because the Isle of Wight had been the home of some of the principal colonists.