Historic House Listings

Mountain getaway cabin in Virginia! Circa 1860. Four acres. $350,000

June 26, 2019

This cabin was built in 1860. It is located on four acres in Sperryville, Virginia. Situated less that 1/2 mile to the Hull School Trailhead along the Thornton River which takes you into the Shenandoah National Park. There is a stone chimney and fireplace, a cute rocking chair front porch, and a remodeled interior with central heat and air. There is a big apple tree with a tire swing and a private pond. 1,200 square feet. $350,000

From the Zillow listing:


COMPLETELY REMODELED HISTORIC CABIN GETAWAY with mountain view in Rappahannock County.  Less than 1/2 mile to the Hull School trailhead along the Thornton River into Shenandoah National Park.  A great weekend getaway for hikers or those just wanting to sit in a rocker on the front porch and read or watch the birds, butterflies and occasional wildlife.  Stone fireplace and chimneys and a big deck for afternoon refreshments, cookouts or morning yoga in the shade.  Big apple tree with tire swing for little visitors, pond for attracting wildlife or a relaxing place to sit and enjoy.  Don’t forget the mountain view!    Nicely remodeled with central air and heat, recessed lighting and a cute kitchen.  The exposed logs give the feel of a bygone century while ample windows bring the outside in.  Large yard for games or other recreations.  About 5 miles to the delights of Sperryville.  Old Hollow Rd is a beautiful drive along a mountain river.  A surprisingly private place for a 4 acre parcel.


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