Located on "Fraternity/Sorority Row" on the Randolph-Macon College campus. A quaint Edwardian Era home; built in 1905, and the floors squeak. House listed in the Ashland Historic District, Virginia Landmarks Register and National Register of Historic Places. Amenities reflect a more gracious period. The proprietor lives in a separate wing, and is always available for help and information. Cats in confined room.
Ashland is called the Center of the Universe, and this house is located only a stones throw from the most important place in the Center of the Universe: Randolph-Macon College. There is nothing modern about the house, but it is well lived in and exudes the feeling of years ago.
A quiet, relaxing journey back in time. Upstairs 4 bedrooms & 2 full bathrooms. Downstairs is a formal dinning room, parlor, library, half bath, full kitchen with adjoining Florida room. Swimming pool & patio.
Historic Town of Ashland and Hanover County have many quaint and interesting places to visit. A walk down our lovely sidewalks past picturesque old commercial buildings and beautifully maintained homes reminds us of the rich traditions of our past.
There are wonderful restaurants, country inns, bed and breakfasts, and shops of all kinds and a wealth of history in both the Town of Ashland and Hanover County.
Guests have access to the pool in warmer weather, the parlor, library, formal dining room, kitchen, florida room and the back yard and patio. And, of course, the upstairs bedrooms and bathrooms are only for guests.
Interaction with guests
The host lives in a downstairs side wing with full bathroom so he will be available if needed.
Retired Citibank Vice President with 42 years as Citibanker. Native of Ashland, Virginia, and lived for 64 years in Chatham Borough, New Jersey. Recently served 4 year term as Mayor of Chatham Borough. Two sons and four grandchildren.