1895 Queen Anne Victorian In Norfolk Virginia
436 Mowbray Arch, Norfolk, Virginia, 23507
3 baths ¦ 6 beds ¦ 5,400 sq ft ¦ 0.5 acres or less
Queen Anne Victorian
About This 1895 Queen Anne Victorian In Norfolk Virginia
Welcome to this exquisite, historic, Victorian home built in the heart of Ghent by William L. Tait in 1895. The house design derives from the Queen Anne-shingle style pattern books of the 1890s. Picturesque elements abound on the exterior, including asymmetrical gambrel gables, soaring chimney stack, and an eyebrow dormer. The library features classic built-in bookcases and an alcove with leaded and stained-glass windows. The first floor has many interesting features including a large main foyer with a gorgeous curved staircase and four sets of pocket doors, all carved in different wood. When the house was restored and renovated in 2002, emphasis was put on maintaining its historic elegance while creating all the comforts for today’s living. Located in Downtown Norfolk, close to Waterside, MacArthur’s Mall, fine dining, Chrysler Museum, ball park, theaters, history tours, and outdoor festivals. Schedule today for a showing of this impeccable property.