Historic House Listings

Off market. Mountain Spring Retreat, Circa 1796. Three homes on five acres in VA mountains. $350,000

November 11, 2019

This would make a great family retreat! This property is comprised of three homes. The main house was built in 1796. It is located on 4.58 acres in Leesburg, Virginia. The property has dry stack stone walls that surround the property. They were built by Quakers in 1793. This is situated in the Blue Ridge Mountains in the Catoctin Mountain Range. The main cabin is 1,200 square feet. There is a ranch style house on the property that is 600 square feet. The third home is approximately 1,400 square feet. Four bedrooms, four bathrooms, and 3,200 square feet. $350,000

From the Zillow listing:


Own your own piece of Heaven. Relax and enjoy the sun set behind the Blue Ridge in the distance. Three separate (detached) homes on nearly 5 acres and one HUGE barn. Endless possibilities… Family retreat/compound… Investment with three separate rental homes… Hunting getaway… Mountain retreat while still commuting into metro areas! Historic dry-stack stone walls (built by Quakers in 1793) surround this amazing property on the backside of the scenic Catoctin mountain range, on the threshold of Loudoun Valley. Home 1 (aka. Historic Log Cabin) was built in 1796 with a major addition in 1939 and is approx 1200 SF. The Historic Log Cabin has one bedroom, one full bathroom, a full kitchen, large family/great room, and a full sized laundry. The amazing wood burning stove provides ample heat throughout, during the cold months. The newly installed, oversized, plank pine floors enhance the Cabin’s rustic character. Home 2 (aka. Small Ranch Home) is approx 600 SF, wood floors, with studio layout, one full bath, full kitchen its own laundry facilities and a wood burning fireplace. The Historic Log Cabin and the Small Ranch Home are on a shared septic system newly installed in 2012. Home 3 (aka. Green Home) is the largest of the structures at approx 1400 SF. The Green Home has its wood and brick flooring, and its own split unit HVAC system with complementing baseboard heating. The Green Home has two separate bedrooms, one and a half baths, a full kitchen, and its own full-sized laundry facilities. The Green home has its own septic system. The property also has a superb two-level barn (lights throughout/electricity) to store all your equipment and even a workshop area. Welcome to Americana… Welcome home to Mountain Spring Retreat!


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