Historic House Listings

Virginia mountain cabin with pond views! Circa 1850. $242,500

January 24, 2020

This log cabin was built in 1850. Located at the end of a private road in Warm Springs, Virginia. It was moved to this location to save it from demolition. The home overlooks Oakley Farm which is protected from development due to a conservation easement. One bedroom, one bathroom, and 720 square feet. $242,500

From the Zillow listing:


This 1850s oak log cabin was saved from a neighborhood improvement project and rebuilt in 1998 on a hidden site at the end of a private lane in the village of Warm Springs. The best thing about the location is that the cabin was set to look onto historic Oakley Farm that is protected from future development by a conservation easement and National Historic Registry. The view is rolling meadows along an old stone wall bordering the Valley Turnpike, now a walking trail. The Cabin was meticulously restored with all the old woodwork and stone fireplace. A board and batten addition contains the kitchen, dining nook and full bath. This is a perfect getaway cabin in the mountains with privacy, great views, and walking through Warm Springs


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