Historic House Listings

Beautiful! The Buck House, Circa 1870 in Virginia. $299,900

January 12, 2020

So pretty! Love that newel post! The Buck House was built in 1870. It is located in Front Royal, Virginia. This house was also referred to as the “cozy corner” in many publications. The home has hardwood floors, original woodwork, original plaster walls, and a beautiful claw foot tub. The home is situated within walking distance to downtown restaurants and shops. It is also along the parade route and included in an enclosed area during the wine festival and fall festival of leaves. Three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 1,980 square feet. $299,900

From the Zillow listing:


Charming Home, Circa 1894, located in the Historic District on Chester Street. Known as the ~Buck House~, referred to as ~Cozy Corner~ in many writings, as well as the published Diary of Lucy Buck. Zoned Commercial, the ~Buck House~ has housed a mortgage company along with other professional businesses for many years. Within walking distance to our growing downtown with many new restaurants and shops, this home has unlimited potential for commercial and or residential use. Two Blocks from Main St. This Home is on the Parade route and included in the enclosed area for both the Wine Festival, and the Fall Festival of Leaves. This Home has been preserved in its mostly original state, including plaster walls, and the original woodwork throughout. Modern conveniences have been added over the years including Dual Central heat and AC. Homes in this district are rarely available, so don’t miss this opportunity!


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