Historic House Listings

The Wiley House, Circa 1886 in Virginia. National Register Property. $375,000

September 18, 2019

The Wiley House was built in 1886. It is located .28 acres in Abingdon, Virginia. This home was built for Dr. George Wiley, son of E. E. Wiley, the President of Emory and Henry College. There is original tulip poplar siding and original poplar hardwood floors in the dining room, foyer and library. The home has original windows, wainscoting and mantels. Five bedrooms, six bathrooms, and 3,362 square feet. $375,000

From the Zillow listing:


Charming historical home in the heart of the Town of Abingdon! It is known as “The Wiley House”, builtĀ  in 1886 by Dr. George Wiley, son of E.E. Wiley, the president of Emory & Henry college. The house was certified as a historic structure by the Secretary of the Interior and qualified for the federal Historic Tax Credit administered by the Secretary. This home was tastefully refurbished in 2001.Original to the house are the tulip popular siding,Poplar floors in the dining room,foyer, and library,windows,wainscoting,and fp mantles.The exquisite kitchen features custom cabinets w/granite counter tops,commercial grade 5 star six burner range/double ovens, and private butler’s pantry!The master bedroom on the main level is complete with large master bath that boasts a walk-in shower, jetted tub and private laundry area. Four bedrooms, each with their own private full bath,towel warmers and gas log fireplace (except for one) complete the second floor along with an outside deck with a view.


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