Warner Hall

4750 Warner Hall Road

Gloucester, Virginia

Stately Colonial Greek Revival Estate Established in 1692 on the Severn River

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Listed by the National Register of Historic Places &

the Virginia Historic Landmarks Commission

Welcome to Warner Hall, an esteemed waterfront estate nestled in Gloucester, Virginia, exuding timeless allure and historical significance. This exceptional Colonial Greek Revival residence stands proudly on nearly 40 acres along the serene banks of the Severn River, offering unparalleled access to the captivating waters of the Mobjack and Chesapeake Bays.

Upon arrival, a grand double foyer and staircase gracefully lead to the upper levels, unveiling sprawling formal living and dining areas adorned with classic charm. A cozy parlor bar and expansive all-season river porch provide an idyllic backdrop for both intimate gatherings and grand celebrations. The main residence, dating back to circa 1670, boasts 16,210 sq.ft. of living space, showcasing a rich history and unparalleled craftsmanship. Additionally, there is an unfinished 3000 sq.ft. dry storage basement, offering ample room for future customization and storage needs. Adjacent to the main residence, an 8-acre parcel boasts a meticulously restored carriage house, featuring a separate private suite complete with a kitchen and three bedrooms, enhancing the estate's versatility and comfort.

Conveniently located, Warner Hall is just 30 minutes from Williamsburg, an hour from Richmond, and three hours from Washington D.C., offering easy access to urban amenities while providing a secluded sanctuary away from the hustle and bustle. With its rich history, unrivaled amenities, and breathtaking waterfront views, Warner Hall offers a rare opportunity to indulge in the epitome of gracious living on the Virginia coast. Offered at $4,250,000.

16 Bedrooms | 16 Full Baths | 5 Half Baths | 20,534 Finished Sq.Ft.

The Main House

The main house offers 13 bedrooms

west Wing

In 1999, the West Wing, which had not been occupied for over 100 years, was structurally reinforced with steel tie rods and temporary bracing to support the North and South elevations from separating from the gable ends.

Phase II of the renovation was completed in 2002, with the West Wing containing 3 bedrooms with private baths.

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38.80 Acres of History


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The River Cottage

Fully equipped with a full bath, kitchen,

fire pit, boat ramp and boat lift

The charming river cottage completes the property, featuring open living/kitchen space, a full bath, a private pier, a boat lift, and a ramp. Here, residents can enjoy kayaking, fishing, and boating, or simply relax and bask in the tranquility of the grounds.

Restored Carriage House

Steeped in history, the carriage house offers over 3,800 square feet of bespoke living space with cherry floors, exposed beams, and a harmonious blend of brick and hardiplank within an inviting open-concept layout.

Located on an 8 acre parcel.

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Creating Warner Hall

In the winter of 1642, Augustine Warner I arrived in Jamestown with twelve new settlers for the Virginia Colonies. For bringing these colonists to the new frontier, Warner was given a “head Grant” of 600 acres in Gloucester, Virginia. He eventually expanded his acreage at his new plantation, Warner Hall, to several thousand acres prior to his death in 1674.

During his life he was Justice of York, Justice of Gloucester, and a member of the King’s Council in Virginia. Augustine Warner was the great, great grandfather of George Washington. Queen Elizabeth II is a direct descendant of Augustine Warner I through the Bowes-Lyon family and the Earl of Strathmore. Warner Hall is referred to as the home of the Queen’s American ancestors.



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441 W Duke Gloucester Street, Williamsburg, VA 23235

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