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Historic House Listings

Sold. Fruit and nut trees on property! Circa 1850. On 13 acres in Virginia. $280,000

March 25, 2020

Seems like a really decent price! This home was built in 1850. It is located on 13.84 acres in Blackstone, Virginia. The property has greenhouses, detached garage/workshop, maple, pecan, walnut, chestnut, apple and pear trees. The home has hardwood floors, exposed beams, double porches, and two sets of stairs. Four bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 2,618 square feet. $280,000

Contact Diana Lemus with United Real Estate Richmond: 804-640-8493

From the Zillow listing:

 

Built in circa 1850, this is your chance to own a piece of history. The home features many original details including beautiful heart-pine floors, full English Basement complete with a kitchen, family room, bedroom, and full bathroom. The family room has a brick fireplace and wood burning stove with a beautiful ceiling showcasing the original hand-hewn beams. Interior stairs to first floor open to the main entry with 10 ft ceilings and two versatile formal rooms with wainscoting throughout. Each has a fireplace and large windows. Sliding glass doors lead to large exterior deck overlooking the property. The other side of the first floor opens to an added full bathroom with cultured marble vanity tops and three linen closets. Upstairs foyer opens to a front balcony and has three bedrooms. Two large bedrooms on either side each have a fireplace and one closet. Third bedroom has two walk-in closets. Historic home sits on 9 beautiful acres with Maple, Walnut, Chestnut, Pecan, Apple, and Pear trees, a large picturesque pond, greenhouses, and landscaping! Large paved driveway, two car garage/workshop attached. Additional adjoining acreage with pond also available. Call the owner today for more info and to schedule a tour, realtors warmly welcome!

 

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