Charles Dick Property Is Now Listed In the Market
This house is not only famous because of its place in the history but it also possess what most homeowners look for in a home especially three full bathroom installations with excellent plumbing inside the property. The Charles Dick House is located at 1107 Princess Anne St. in Fredericksburg. The house was built around 1750 and other indications suggest that it may have been built earlier than that. The lot was chosen because of its great location which is set in the intersection of the fall line and the Rappahannock River. It was also expected at the time that Fredericksburg is set to become one of the commercial center in the future because of the good and suitable location.
Charles Dick saw these and decided to build the house there. Upon building, he opened a store just at the back of the house located at Caroline Street. There at the same house he opened his doors to many friends such as George Washington and the brother-in-law who is Fielding Lewis. It was before 1770 that Lewis built his own house, Kenmor, inside the same neighborhood. They became good friends and eventually became business associates at the Fredericksburg Gunnery. The business was said to be the major supplier of weapons during the Revolutionary War.
The house of Charles Dick is now looking for the next owner to maintain the historic place. The current owners are Reine–Marie and Robert Wojciechowski and they decided to put the house on the market under Gerald “G” Brown and Drew Fristoe of Coldwell Banker Elite which is located in the Spotsylvania County. The price on the market is set at $1.08 million.
According to the listing, the house contains six bedrooms as well as three full bathrooms with two half-baths. All in all, there are nine fireplaces which are present in almost every room in the house. They use wood but some of them are already not working. The total finished living space is said to be around 5,000 in square feet. The lot is shaped in the letter L with a total of almost half an acre.