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Wow! Copenhaver House, Circa 1874 in VA. Oldest house in town! $135,500!

March 26, 2019

Wow! This seems like such a great price! I would want the contents of the house to stay! The Copenhaver House was built for the Clerk of Courts, John S. Copenhaver. It was built in 1874 and is the oldest surviving home in the downtown Marion, Virginia area. The home has a gas heated steam system. This home has two sets of stairs and an expansive front porch. It is located on .41 acres in Marion, Virginia. Three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and 2,694 square feet. $135,500

From the Zillow listing:


Live in History. Built in 1874, by the Clerk of Court, John S. Copenhaver it is proported to be one of the oldest surviving dwelling the the downtown area. This beautiful and historic home waits for you to come stolling in, relaxing in the spacious living room while the smell of dinner waifs in from the back kitchen. There is plenty of room for a large family. Gas heated steam system will provide warmth on cold winter nights. There is a butler’s pantry and a small set of stairs leading up to the back of the house. One of the bathrooms has a nostalgic Claw Foot tub for soaking away the troubles of the day. With a little repair this home will once again be a showplace.

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