Historic House Listings

Ten acres in Virginia. Hamys Howard House, Circa 1890. $347,000

April 18, 2020

Not a bad price! The Hamys Howard house was built in 1890. It is located on 9.7 acres in Christiansburg, Virginia. The home has hardwood floors, hardwood paneling, chestnut trim and heart pine solid doors. The property has several outbuildings, including a barn and a chicken coop. There are trails along Mill Creek that runs on the property. Three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and 2,414 square feet. $347,000

Contact Louise Baker with Long and Foster – Blacksburg: 540-320-0382

From the Zillow listing:


Restored, Circa 1890 historic farmhouse on 9.7 acres enhanced by a meandering creek. Hardwood & pine floors and paneling, chestnut trim, heart pine doors. Addition in 2000–new kitchen, bathrooms, wiring, plumbing. Woodstove in the family room, gas logs in the large dining room. Copper roof. Montgomery County lists as historic site, the Hamys Howard house, which sits behind what was the Palmer general store in Childress. Several outbuildings including two-stall barn (with water), shop wood shed–all with electric. Fencing for horses. Old corn crib converted to chicken coop. Mowed trails wind along Mill Creek and marsh. Tall sycamores, oaks, and walnuts. Garden sites and fruit trees. Patio and fire pit for outdoor living. Best of old and new, this home is close to RU, I-81, VT, and three miles from New River Valley hospital. Ideal for nature lovers, horse owners, chicken or livestock farmers, gardeners. Country living with convenience. Make this your special place to come home to!


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