The Gables on Cockrell’s Creek 863 Main Street, Reedville, Virginia 22539 Historic Landmark built by Capt. Fisher, who erected the wooden mast of his beloved schooner that sailed the Atlantic, through the top two stories. The third floor was the Captain’s billiard room. It is an octagonal room with the main cabin mast as the center support. It runs from the 3rd floor through the 4th floor and the massive slate roof is hung from the top of the mast on the compass rose. Small bell shaped rooms finished in double planking tongue and groove wood are located off the billiard room on the cardinal points of the compass. Queen Anne Victorian Architecture, brick arcadia wraps around three sides of the classic gabled home with double doors opening into marble floored vestibules at each end of the center hall. Double parlors separated by massive oak pocket doors, formal dining room, grand quarter-sawn oak staircase sweeps to the third floor. French doors leading to Sunrooms with lovely water views of Cockrell’s Creek. Bed & Breakfast Inn adjacent to mansion with 6 spacious bedroom suites is included. The Coach House Inn at the Gables is a four Bedroom Inn with a Dining Room, Ice Cream Parlor, Kitchen, Office & Three Car Garage. Just steps to the shoreline, sits the Waterside Cottage which offers Two Additional Oversized Bedroom Suites. An Architectural Treasure And A Truly Unique Experience to Embrace!

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