Listing Price: $8,950,000
Address: 7314 Camden Farm Road
Full Baths: 2
Total Baths: 2.2
Partial Baths: 2
Square Feet: 6,966
Expansive views of the Rappahannock River with nearly 2 miles of waterfront.
Main house and guest house are waterfront and have wide views of the Rappahannock.
One of the earliest private homes in VA to have indoor plumbing and gas lighting.
Architects' water color rendering of the original Camden home, which includes the tower that was gunned down by Union gun boats during the Civil War.
View of the side of Camden with spectacular curved room which was originally used as an orangerie.
Camden is one of the nation's finest examples of an Italianate country house.
Enjoy al fresco dining and water views from this lovely terrace flanked with stone retaining wall.
Mature boxwoods line the walkway from the house to the pier.
Handsome columns frame waterfront views of the river across the front of Camden.
Magnificent North to South center hall facing the river.
The finished mill work throughout the house was made in Baltimore and delivered to Camden via steamboat.
Original Victorian rococo furnishings, including draperies and rug, remain in the parlor.
Original hand-painted enamel sink.
Designed originally as an orangerie, this curved family room gets plenty of bright light.
Main house kitchen has been modernized and updated.
A summer sunset casts its magical glow on Camden.
Ornate cornice brackets with Italian style trim work.
Charming 3 bedroom guest cottage overlooking the river.
Bright and spacious guest house with hardwood floors.
Guest house kitchen with granite countertops and river views.
Three bay garage with workshop was built in
Fields of crimson clover span as far as the eye can see.
Waterfowl habitat for the outdoor enthusiast.
Shots like this one were fired by Union gun boats during the Civil War.
Captivating water views and deep water at the end of the pier.
Daily sunsets convey with Camden. This is one of them.