Historic House Listings

Love the pocket doors! Circa 1904. On 1/2 acre in Virginia. $100,000

April 5, 2020

This house could definitely use some updating. Rip the carpet up, get rid of some wallpaper. I do love the pocket doors! This home was built in 1904. It is located on .55 acres in Parksley, Virginia. The home has multiple porches. The home is situated across from the Parksley Railroad Museum. There are some original windows in the house. Three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 2,677 square feet. $100,000

Contact Meghan Oliver Clarkson with Long and Foster Chincoteague: 757-644-3209

From the Zillow listing:


Here is your chance to bring this beautiful Victorian back to life. This home is priced well under assessment and looking for a new owner who will be ready to make their own memories in this spacious home. This home includes three lots on the corner of Mary and Cassatt, just across from the iconic Parksely Railroad Museum & the towns farmers market. The vast lot has mature growth giving privacy. The wrap around porch is what Victorian are known for along with the stately turret. The original wood work is breathtaking along with some of the original glass, this is the house for someone who absolutely loves the craftsmanship & beauty of older homes.


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