Published: April 27, 2012

It was completely rehabilitated for use as a law and business office, but later on, if the time comes, it could instantly become the ideal city residence.

Just seven months ago, 1008 Prince Edward St. was a vacant, dilapidated eyesore, a place some would think a better candidate for demolition than renovation. But this is Fredericksburg, after all, where old houses are the city’s venerable connections with its past, and the first choice is always to rescue rather than euthanize.

Mike Adams, president of JON Properties, a commercial property development and management company, spotted the place and immediately saw its potential despite its condition…[Read More]