Historic House Listings

Sold. Love stairs in a kitchen! Circa 1882 in Virginia. $349,900

May 28, 2020

What a beautiful home and property! No mention of lot size, but it looks large. This home was built in 1882. It is located in Middletown, Virginia. The home has original hardwood floors and original woodwork. Love a house with a staircase in the kitchen! The home has original wainscoting and built-ins. The living room has a gas fireplace and church windows. The property has landscaped gardens and a koi pond. Three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and 3,168 square feet. $349,900

Contact Ed Chapman with RE/MAX Synergy: 540-974-1211

From the Zillow listing:


Magnificent 1882 Queen Ann Victorian home located in the heart of Historic Middletown. Step inside this beautifully maintained and tastefully updated home. The owners have taken pride in bringing in modern conveniences without compromising the historical charm and character of this STUNNING home. The main level offers a spacious parlor with natural light, gorgeous woodwork, & opens onto the side porch. A cozy family room with a gas fireplace flanked by antique church windows. The dining room is well suited for large gatherings and offers a unique built in china hutch. The kitchen has been renovated to satisfy todays buyer and still allowing a natural flow to the home. Stainless steel appliances, double oven, upgraded cabinetry and heated tile floors. Original corner hutch has been repainted and conveys with the home. Plus, the sunroom overlooks the beautifully landscaped yard and boasts built ins, bar & wine fridge. The upper level does not disappoint with 3 spacious bedrooms, walk in closets, remodeled bathrooms to include heated tiled floors and more. Bedroom level laundry room and a dedicated office. Dual staircases, original hardwood floors and transom windows bring this home so much charm and character. The outside is just as amazing with extensive landscaped gardens, flowering bushes, fish pond, patio and covered front and side porch to enjoy. The barn was rebuilt to mimic the original structure and even has the original floor boards in the upper storage area. Do not miss the opportunity to own a piece of history. Small town life awaits!


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