Home of the Week: 306 Caroline Street

Jul 21, 2017 | Blog

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Always wanted to own a piece of history? Nestled behind a brick wall, the Thornley House was built in 1851 and survived the Civil War. The Federal-style residence (with a splash of Italianate!) has 167 years of stories to tell, but with all updated bathrooms and a completely remodeled kitchen!

With three levels of beautifully preserved and updated history right in the heart of Downtown Fredericksburg, you’re just a half block away from the train station, restaurants and shops. Escape the summer heat in the private in-ground pool or just enjoy the secret garden in the backyard.

306 Caroline

The attached in-law apartment and off-street parking are perfect for out-of-town visitors! 306 Caroline is listed for $999, 500 by Robin Marine. If you’d like more information about this truly historic property, please contact Robin or any of our Coldwell Banker Elite agents!

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