A house in the treetops! This house is two miles up a lane near the Appalachian Trail. And I love that interior! This home was built in 1936. It is located on three acres in Round Hill, Virginia. This is pretty cool. The upper level floorboards are reclaimed oak fence boards from Cochran’s Lumber Mill. The kitchen has knotty pine cabinets and upgraded stainless steel appliances. The family room has exposed beams, pine walls and a wood burning stove. Two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 1,085 square feet. $399,900
From the Zillow listing:
Charming cabin in the tree tops! Literally at the very top of the lane 2 miles up near the Appalachain trail. Secluded and very private, this Country home has new flooring in kitchen and bath. The enclosed porch has slate flooring and makes a wonderful eating area with a cozy wood stove. The kitchen cabinets are knotty pine with updated stainless steel stove and refrigerator. The family room has a wood burning stone fireplace and the room has exposed wood beams and pine walls. A main floor laundry room and half bath are tucked in behind the kitchen making great use of the space. Upstairs, you’ll find two large bedrooms. The upper level flooring is reclaimed oak fence boards from Cochran’s Lumber Mill. Plenty of closet space and a full bath. The attic has pull down stairs and plenty of room for storage. The deck and patio are bonus outside living space where you can be one with nature. 3 mostly wooded acres with a large parking area and circular driveway. Workshop and equipment barn plus the wood shed. Great for full time living or as a weekend get away!
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