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2017 Historic Garden Week


Wyndham (120 Jordan Road, Cardinal, 23025) This summer and weekend cottage is owned and enjoyed by two families. Current owners Tom Ruhf and Kevin Jones are business partners and have been best friends from childhood. The two families are close and have found a way to share the house that has “grown like Topsy” from a small original farmhouse on the East River. The little white house, at the heart of today’s river cottage, was built around 1879. Creative additions to both ends of the house over the years have made a large and beautiful home consisting of five bedrooms, several river rooms, two dining areas, a sunroom, and various outdoor seating spaces. This house is open for the first time. Tom and Kay Ruhf, Kevin and Jessica Jones, owners.


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Saturday, April 22, 2017 • 10:00am to 5:00pm “Tidewater life through the centuries”


ich in farmland and important to the Virginia fishing industry, this bucolic area of Virginia is called the “Daffodil Capital


Gardner Home (756 Hunts Road, Port Haywood, 23138)


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of the World.” This tour celebrates life on the vari- ous waterways of both counties. Four private homes present the ever changing aspects of living on both sides of the Mobjack Bay. Featured are a property on the North River, one on Horn Harbor, one on the East River and one situated on the banks of one of the numerous creeks in the area. Spanning four cen- turies – c.1720, 1879, 1903 and 2005 – these prop- erties offer widely varying water views and reflect the evolution of how inhabitants have lived here for generations.


March/April 2017


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