The Peter Gose house was built in 1812. The original section was built of cut limestone and is still intact. The brick addition houses the kitchen, a full and half bath, family room and bedroom. There are multiple outbuildings and one could be a guest house. Located on 56 acres in Tazewell, Virginia. Two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 2,738 square feet. $350,000
From the Zillow listing:
The Peter Gose House is a beautiful, magnificent, historic, tranquil property. It is a treasure. You will feel like you are at Monticello or Williamsburg. The property is almost 57 acres and has a creek, a spring and two ponds, The original section of the home was constructed of pretty cut limestone around 1812 and retains the original limestone. The home has a newer metal roof, newer insulated windows and heat pump. Buildings on the property include a barn, machine shed, two drive in hay sheds, chicken house, and another building which can be used as a rental or guest house with addition of bath and kitchen. This original historic home has a brick addition of a kitchen, full bath, half-bath, family room , and bedroom. There are two massive, functional fireplaces in the new addition and a laundry area in the mudroom. The original section has kept its character. There are beautiful wide floor boards, tall ceilings, beams, and fireplaces. Please keep gate shut when enter, leave.
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