Frank Powell Home - Pre 1869 *

Eligible for listing on the National Register of historic places.

Location, Location, Location WITH history. 

Across from Phi Beta Kappa, William and Mary College. An easy walk, four tenths of a mile (.4), to the historic area.

A truly unique property at a great price. Opportunity knocks! Won't last long.

Frank Powell is just one of a long line of owners in order of: Durfey, Adams, Sallie Bryant, Bellamy, Apperson, Stephenson, Frank Powell, Henderson, Westgate, Stevick, and the current owner, York Wesson.

3,000 square feet +/-. 4 Bedrooms + 1 extra room. 3 Baths. Living Room, Family Room, Dining Room, Kitchen on 1/4 acre in the city.

520 Jamestown Road, Williamsburg VA 23185

Home View Home is lived in and operates as one bedroom B&B (optional).
Entrance hall: 9 x 19
Living room: 14 x 15
Family room: 12 X 15
Dining room: 12 X 15
Kitchen: 12 x 9
Bedroom down: 13 X 15
Bedroom up: 13 x 15.5
Bedroom up: 15 x 15.5
Bedroom up: 15 x 12
Fireplaces: 2 (need inspection)
Baths: 3
Laundry room:
Office Area:
Wood fencing:
Asphalt and metal roofing
Water: City
Sewer: City
Heat: Oil forced air
A/C: Central (needs repair)

For Sale 'As is' $425,000.00 Reduced from $500,000.

This home has comfortably housed the current owner since 1977. The attached bed and breakfast continues to bring in excellent reviews from overnight guests.

For house condition and disclosures click Here.

Bed and Breakfast link (optional - permitted if you wish to continue)

History and Supporting Documents * 

Featured in Williamsburg's Design Review Guidelines (click here)

"The house at 520 Jamestown Road is such an example where the unique character of the property is the result of a substantial Victorian era addition on the original early 19th-century house."

House Biography
House Interpretation
Interior Historic Description
Supporting Documents

Bed and Breakfast permit
Architectural Requirements (see AP2)
City Parcel Information

Home View

More Pictures - Click Here.

Shown by appointment.

Terence Wehle
Buyer's Realty

* Historic information obtained from a Research project presented to Margaretta Lovell, College of William and Mary, by Brooks Prueher, April 1992. The complete history is available.