The Angus Brown House was built in the 1800’s. It is located in Marshall, Virginia. During the Battle of Upperville in 1863 Captain Angus P. Brown and his 200 men were ordered to dismount and go into the Rector’s Crossroad. Immediately they were engaged and overrun by Union Soldiers. They were ordered to retreat, but Captain Brown was already down with wounds. Brown survived and was later exchanged as a prisoner of war.
This home has original hardwood floors, exposed beams, and bead board walls and ceilings. This home is located on .73 acres in Marshall, Virginia. It is situated just minutes from the heart of Middleburg, Virginia. Two bedrooms, one bathroom, and 1,600 square feet. $275,000
From the Zillow listing:
Charming historic Civil War era building perfect for home or office. Open floor plan with lots of light, wood floors and bead board detailing highlight this property’s natural character. 2 bedrooms/offices, kitchenette, living room with fireplace and plenty of storage. 4 sep entrances with small deck and large back yard. Excellent location, minutes away from the heart Middleburg.
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