This 1725 mansion is said to be a hotspot for ghostly goings-on. Gutted by fire in 1916, the ruins were donated to the Gloucester Historical Society by its last owners and the site is now open to visitors several days a week. The four chimneys and the east wall remain, as well as some of the other walls.
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- Rosewell Plantation Rd.
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- 37.32789357728598, -76.57614021534425
- Gloucester County, Virginia
- Nearest Towns:
- Gloucester Courthouse, VA (6.3 mi.)
Gloucester Point, VA (6.7 mi.)
Yorktown, VA (7.2 mi.)
Williamsburg, VA (8.2 mi.)
Scotland, VA (15.3 mi.)
Mathews, VA (16.0 mi.)
York Haven Anchorage, VA (16.5 mi.)
West Point, VA (18.5 mi.)
Rushmere, VA (18.9 mi.)
Poquoson, VA (19.0 mi.)
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