About This 1748 Warner Hall In Gloucester Virginia
This magnificent, historic, riverfront estate sits upon 38.08 acres on the shores of northwest branch of the Severn River, 30 minutes from Colonial Williamsburg. “Warner Hall” offers the quintessential combination of privacy, elegance and nature.
Offered in two combined parcels, the Manor House (16,210 sq.ft./29.96 acres) and owner’s residence (3800 sq.ft./8.22 acres) create the perfect 38 acre setting for a boutique hotel or private family retreat. Together the Manor House and owner’s residence feature 16 bedrooms,16 full baths, 6 half baths and 13 working fireplaces.
10′ ceilings, custom molding, stunning center foyer staircase, hand-hewn mantles, heart pine floors, porches, water views and commercial kitchen are just a few features of the Manor House. The owner’s residence offers an open floor plan, vaulted ceilings, fireplace, chef’s kitchen, Brazilian cherry and solid oak floors. 1,200+/-ft. of waterfront with pier, river cottage, boat lift and boat ramp.
Established in 1642 as a land grant to Augustine Warner from the British crown, Warner Hall claims George Washington, Queen Elizabeth ll, Robert E. Lee and Meriwether Lewis amongst its’ direct descendants.