Historic House Listings

52 acres in Virginia. Circa 1900. $124,900!

April 9, 2019

*no interior pictures* This home was built in 1900. I am sure they are placing most value on the land itself, but the exterior doesn’t look too bad. The home is located on 52 acres in Stuart, Virginia. There is a spring and a bold creek that runs through the property. The property is five acres of open pastureland. The rest is timberland. The house is described as a fixer upper, would be a great weekend retreat. The water for the house comes from a spring. There are also several outbuildings. Three bedrooms, one bathroom, and 1,392 square feet. $124,900

From the Zillow listing:


The farmhouse is situated on 52 acres in the Wayside Road area of Patrick County. The setting is amazing with a spring & a bold creek running though the property. There are apox. 5 acres of open pasture land & the balance is wooded and the timber has been select cut over the years. The property fronts on Wayside Road, with a right-of-way from Gilbert Valley Road. You could access the property from Wayside Rd. if some of the logging roads were opened up. The 1900’s farm house is a fixer upper & would make a great hunting camp or weekend retreat. The water for the house is from a spring &  there is no septic. Several outbuildings are also on the property. There is a great pond site and the land is abundant with wildlife. It is being sold AS IS and will not quality for conventional financing.

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