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St. James' House  
1300 Charles Street
Fredericksburg, VA 24401

Built around 1768, the restored St. James' House is one of the few 18th century frame houses still standing in Fredericksburg. It was originally home to James Mercer, an attorney, who drew up the will for Mary Washington; a member of the Virginia House of Burgesses, and the first judge of the General Court in Fredericksburg. The house was built on land once owned by Fielding Lewis, George Washington's brother-in-law. It is known for its collection of antique furniture and decorative arts.

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Fredericksburg Area Attractions

George Washington's Ferry Farm
Central Park Fun-Land
Bill Harris Art Studio
James Monroe Museum & Memorial Library
Central Rappahannock Heritage Center
Chatham Manor
Hugh Mercer Apothecary Shop
Belvedere Plantation
Kenmore Plantation
Rising Sun Tavern


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