The Gammon Cottage, circa 1894, began as the Presbyterian Church Fredericksburg Assembly Home and School for Reverend's Orphans. The first occupants were Susan Gammon and her 5 children, who came from Richmond after the death of her husband, the Reverend James Polk Gammon. Susan Gammon purchased the home from the Church in 1915. The family lived there for about 30 years. Fast forward to today and we have a gorgeous renovation with addition on this fantastic Folk Victorian that has undergone a complete transformation that includes all new electrical, plumbing, hvac and more...and still kept its original charm. Located directly adjacent to Kenmore Mansion, it is centrally located in Downtown Fredericksburg and convenient to access all of the wonderful things the city has to offer, including restaurants, shops, art studios, parks, walking trails...and more. The addition allowed for an open kitchen/dining/family room area, a full bath and main level bedroom. A new approximately 728 sf basement was also added that has an additional bedroom and full bath. The upstairs boasts a primary bedroom with a sitting porch and ensuite bathroom, two additional bedrooms and a second full bath and a very cool new finished attic space. Wiring is in place for an EV charger and the owner will install a Tesla charger for the purchaser if they would like one!
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