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Colonial Williamsburg To Foreclose on Carter’s Grove

Carters Grove Williamsburg VAColonial Williamsburg told employees late Thursday afternoon that it was foreclosing on Carter’s Grove LLC, the Halsey Minor entity which purchased Carter’s Grove.
In a message sent out about 4:30 p.m., President Colin Campbell said Carter’s Grove LLC "has failed to make on time the final two payments due on its mortgage obligation" and is "in default under the terms of the mortgage financing."

Read more in the VA Gazette here

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  1. I’ve been there a beautiful place. it was such a unique part of the Williamsburg experience I could never understand why they sold it. It is fabulous. To imagine that people back in those times lived so eloquently but there was very few who did, as it is now I suppose. The young man who took us on the tour outside the plantation took us where the slave shanty’s were located on the property and broke the news that those were the conditions that most of us would have been living in with dirt floors. But, it needs to remain part of the Williamsburg experience so our young people can learn of the past history of our country and its great injustices and unfairness’ to so many people.

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