Indian Banks circa 1699 & 1728 was built on land patented by Thomas Glascock in 1652. The Gracious Manor House is distinctly English in its architecture including a rare Scrolled Soffit / Jack Arch above the Main Entrance (one of only two known examples in Virginia). Massive Chimneys, Heart Pine Floors, 7 Fireplaces, Leaded Glass Windows. Built near the site of a previous Morauchtacund Indian Village, visited by Captain John Smith in 1608. Indian Banks has significant archeological & historic value as well as an astounding Provenance! Manicured Gardens, Mature Boxwood, Towering Ancient Trees & Endless Rappahannock River views abound here with over 900′ of deep protected water-frontage on Morattico Creek. Amenities include a Pier, Dock, Oyster Grounds, Stables, Guest Cottage, 2 Car Garage w/ Apartment – Workshop, Outdoor Kitchen, Screened Porch, various Barns & deep Artesian Well. Rare, iconic & remarkable offering on Virginia’s Historic Northern Neck. Serenely Spectacular!