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I love this 1907 beauty in Franklinton, VA. It’s currently (as of 3/9/18) listed for $329,000. Here is the Zillow listing
Walking Distance from Historic Downtown Franklin, This Gorgeous Victorian Home Boasts Tons of Old World Charm and Character. Step Into The Grand Foyer And Appreciate The Stunning Refinished Original Oak Hardwood Floors. Saunter Into One Of The Many Living Areas To Be Amazed The Original Crown Molding Touching The 11′ and 12′ Ceilings. Some Of The Other Features Include 4 Original Fireplaces. Butler’s Pantry, Chefs Kitchen With Granite Countertops, Spa Bathroom With Double Shower. With Plenty Space For Entertaining, This Home Is For Those Who Enjoy The Beauty Of Classic Architecture With Convenience of Newer Built Homes As All of The Major Systems In This Home Have Been Upgraded. (View it on Zillow)
Franklinton was established as Franklin Depot in 1839 on land owned by Shemuel Kearney (1791–1860), son of Crawford Kearney and Nancy White. A home constructed by grandfather Shemuel Kearney (1734–1808) was originally located south of town and is currently the second oldest residence in Franklin County, built in 1759. The building was purchased in 2009 and moved to nearby Louisburg for restoration. Franklin Depot changed its name to Franklinton in 1842 when the town was incorporated. Like Franklin County, Franklinton was named for Benjamin Franklin.