The Tavern, Circa 1742, is one of the oldest properties in the town of Urbanna. Built when the town was a colonial seaport, the Tavern was host to many dignitaries such as Patrick Henry who was an overnight guest. Zoned GB, this can make an ideal investment property. Steps away from the center of town, marinas and restaurants, the property's breezeway is the perfect gathering spot during the annual Oyster Festival. The house has some of its original windows, large rooms, high ceilings, beautiful hardwood floors, tile bathrooms and three working fireplaces. The grounds are lovely, and the property was formerly a location on the Virgina Garden Tour. A sizable detached garage, separate workshop and garden accentuate the grounds. Cypress siding stained colonial brown and copper gutters add to the charm of the house. In the original tavern room, an impressive pool table once played by Navy Seals could await the next owners. Property is being sold AS-IS. All inspections are for informational purposes. Seller will pay for termite inspection.