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Stone House Mansion 1757 – Tucker Room

SuperhostKearneysville, West Virginia, United States
Private room in house hosted by Donald And Barbara
2 guests1 bedroom1 bed2 shared baths
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Immerse yourself in history as our guest at the National Register listed Stone House Mansion (1757). Home to Revolutionary War and War of 1812 officers, statesman, and Congressmen. Close to Historic Shepherdstown, Harpers Ferry, & Antietam National Battlefield. It has everything you will need for a comfortable stay. Our house is ideal for couples, families, solo adventurers, business travelers (available for extended stay). 1 to 6 bedrooms available- priced per bedroom.

The space
Cheery floral bedroom with a queen bed on the second floor. This room is named after the Tucker family- Captain Henry St. George Tucker, Congressman, lawyer, professor of law and his wife Anne Hunter Tucker, the granddaughter of Revolutionary War General Adam Stephen.

This house is steeped in American history. The following is summarized from the National Register of Historic Places listing:
The Stone House Mansion was built in 1757. It is one of the oldest stone structures in Berkeley County. The Stone House Mansion is significant for its association with the Hite vs. Fairfax lawsuit, which revolved around the question of whether colonial government or English government had the authority to grant land. The suit is significant in the interpretation of the arguments and as a precursor of the concepts and concerns that eventually led to the Revolution. It was for these very beliefs that the colonies rebelled. The stone house is mentioned in the suit and is included in a survey conducted as part of the evidence. Stone House Mansion is significant for its association with Captain John Strode, who constructed Stone House Mansion. Captain John Strode fought with the Continental Army and was the founder of Strode’s Station in Kentucky. Stone House Mansion is significant for its association with General Adam Stephen, who founded the city of Martinsburg. Stephen was second-in-command to George Washington in the French and Indian War and fought under George Washington in the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War with the rank of Major General. After the war, he served as a delegate to the 1788 Virginia Convention and spoke persuasively in favor of adopting the U.S. Constitution. Stephen purchased Stone House Mansion from Captain John Strode in September 1789. The land was to be inherited by his daughter, Ann Stephen. Ann Stephen was married twice. Her first marriage in 1779 was to Captain Alexander Spotswood Dandridge, who was second cousin to Martha Washington and grandson of Virginia Governor Alexander Spotswood. Captain Dandridge served as an Aide-de-Camp on the staff of General George Washington during the Revolutionary War. Captain Alexander Spotswood Dandridge died in 1785. He and Ann had one son, Adam Stephen Dandridge. Ann’s second marriage in 1787 was to Major Moses Hunter, Revolutionary War veteran and member of the Virginia House of Delegates. Stone House Mansion was inherited by Major Moses Hunter’s son, Lieutenant David Hunter, who was killed at the battle of Williamsburg on the St. Lawrence River in the War of 1812. Stone House Mansion was then inherited by the granddaughter of General Adam Stephen, Anne Hunter. Anne Hunter married Captain Henry St. George Tucker, who fought in the War of 1812 and was a U.S. Congressman, a member of the Virginia Senate, lawyer, judge, and law professor at the University of Virginia. Tucker County, West Virginia was named for Henry St. George Tucker. Stone House Mansion is significant for its association with James Monroe Van Metre and his son Isaac David Sylvester Van Metre, both prominent businessmen and farmers from a very prominent early settlement family in the Shenandoah Valley.

Guest access
Guest has access to kitchen with all needed appliances and cookware and dishware, living room, foyer, large sunroom, laundry room, and bathrooms. It is possible that there may be other guests sharing the house on some days. There are two full bathrooms, one each on the first and second floors. Depending upon the number of guests in the house, the bathroom on the second floor may be shared with one or more other people. The sunroom and the kitchen both have tables for dining. The sunroom has a TV and a well-stocked library.

Other things to note
This is one of six bedrooms in the house that share two bathrooms. On some days there may be other guests in the house, and on some days you will have the house to yourself. If you are traveling with additional people, we can accommodate your group. Extended stay visitors are welcome! Special arrangements can be made for special events. When you contact us, let us know your needs. Note: For the next 2 months, there is a 14-day minimum stay requirement in place due to county regulations (temporary, April-July) 2020).
Immerse yourself in history as our guest at the National Register listed Stone House Mansion (1757). Home to Revolutionary War and War of 1812 officers, statesman, and Congressmen. Close to Historic Shepherdstown, Harpers Ferry, & Antietam National Battlefield. It has everything you will need for a comfortable stay. Our house is ideal for couples, families, solo adventurers, business travelers (available for extended…

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Bedroom 1
1 queen bed

Amenities

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Air conditioning
Essentials
Hair dryer
Hangers
Washing machine
Dryer
Smoke alarm
TV
Lock on bedroom door

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Kearneysville, West Virginia, United States

This quiet area is part of what was once a large historic farm, but now only 10 acres of it remain. You will probably see some chickens and cows.

Stone House Mansion is within a 30-minute drive to historic destinations in Harpers Ferry, WV, Winchester, VA, and Sharpsburg, MD. Visit the nearby Charles Town Racetrack and Casino. Also within a 30-minute drive visitors can enjoy outdoor activities, including hiking, fishing, whitewater rafting, and biking or hiking the C&O Canal and Appalachian Trail. It is convenient to the highway. The bike path between Charles Town and Martinsburg West Virginia borders the property. The State has placed a historical marker about Stone House Mansion on the bike path!

The Coast Guard facility, IRS Computing Center, and V.A. Center Hospital are within a mile from here. A supermarket is also within a mile from the house.
This quiet area is part of what was once a large historic farm, but now only 10 acres of it remain. You will probably see some chickens and cows.

Stone House Mansion is within a 30-minute drive to…
Getting around
5
Walk Score®
Almost all errands require a car.
40
Bike Score®
Minimal bike infrastructure.

Hosted by Donald And Barbara

Joined in August 2016
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We are museum professionals. We have enjoyed restoring our historic house and are looking forward to meeting other people interested in history, traveling, and our beautiful area.
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House rules
Checkout: 12:00 pm
No smoking
No pets
Safety & Property
Carbon monoxide alarm
Smoke alarm