Construction of this Italianette style home began in 1906, during a surge of homebuilding that took place in the Ghent area of Norfolk after the turn of the century, when Norfolk hosted the Jamestown Exhibition, commemorating the founding of the Virginia colony in 1607. ‘707’ is unique, in that it has a divider wall, which walls off a ‘formal’ courtyard - and the home’s front entrance does not face the street. Instead it faces westerly- offering unique privacy. This home is in immaculate condition, with a historic past, but new systems throughout, new 4 zoned HVAC, water heaters plumbing, electrical, updated kitchen and bathrooms. Huge Master suite w/ fireplace, walk in shower and soaking Jacuzzi tub. 3 bedrooms with attached bathrooms and 2 bedrooms that share a large bathroom. 2 separate laundry rooms!! 4th floor offers a bar area that opens to a HUGE Copper rooftop Deck and Pergola with breathtaking Norfolk City Views.
Driveway Spc, Assigned/Reserved, Multi Car, Street
Walk-In Closet, Window Treatments, Bar, Fireplace Electric, Fireplace Wood, Mstr Bdr Firepl
Dishwasher, Disposal, Dryer, Microwave, Gas Range, Refrigerator, Washer
Heat Pump, Natl Gas, Zoned, Forced Hot Air
Central Air, 16+ SEER A/C, Zoned
Breakfast Area, Foyer, Master BR w/ Bath, Office/Study, Pantry, Porch, Sun Room, Utility Room, Balcony, Library, Loft
Back Fenced, Front Fenced, Full
Walter Herron Taylor Elementary
Disclosure Statement, Historical District
Listing Courtesy of The Real Estate Group.