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William Marshall Tredway's home in Chatham, VA

This belonged to Congressman Tredway's son (who had the same name).
English boxwood line the walk of this gracious Green revival home built in 1897 by William Marshall Tredway. White wicker porch furniture and swings, along with huge ferns and flower-filled planters, bedeck the large gallery porch that wraps around three sides of this 21-room home. The central hall features beautiful antique wallpaper imported from England. Carved mantels, wain-scoting and trim fashioned from walnut, and a colorful stained-glass window on the landing of a massive stairwell enhance the charm of the interior. Sitting rooms are comfortably furnished with antique sofas.
Chatham's oldest operating Bed and Breakfast, The Columns is a cozy welcoming haven for travelers passing through historic Chatham or families visiting the two local academies. The atmosphere is charming and southern offering passersby a home away from home. Since the 1920's, The Columns has been welcoming guests with Southern Hospitality & charm. Andrew & Staci Wall are second generation
Innkeepers carrying on the long-standing traditions that make The Columns so special.


Owner/Sourcewww.thecolumnsbedandbreakfast.com/
Latitude36.822489
Longitude-79.396806
File nameChatham VA Tredway house.jpg
File Size23.35k
Dimensions282 x 263
Linked toWilliam Marshall TREDWAY

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