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Historic House Listings

Main Street in Danville! Circa 1908. $314,500

June 29, 2020

Love that porch! This home was built in 1908. It is located on .4 acres in Danville, Virginia. The home is situated on Main Street. That backyard covered terrace is a great space for entertaining! There are original hardwood floors and French doors. The home has a large walk up attic for storage. There is a private backyard. Four bedrooms, four bathrooms, and 3,825 square feet. $314,500

Contact the homeowner: 434-709-0695

From the Zillow listing:

 

THIS FOR SALE BY OWNER HOME IS BROKER PROTECTED. ALL AGENTS WELCOME!!! CALL 434-709-0695 OR EMAIL [email protected] or [email protected] FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO SCHEDULE A HOME TOUR. The home has a Choice Home Warranty, transferable to the new owner. When you view this stately Georgian 1908 home in the Old West End Historic District, you might think the inside will be formal and filled with dark wood antique furniture. Nothing could be farther from that impression. This warm and welcoming home is filled with light and energy. The owners collect art and the house abounds with color. Also, enjoying entertaining, the kitchen is a chef’s delight and the spacious wrap around front porch and covered back terrace allow for a great flow and privacy This is a happy home putting a smile on your face when you walk in the front door. While maintaining the integrity of its heritage, it has been updated to fill every need. From that gourmet kitchen to the gigantic master bath with an 8 x 8 open spa shower and pebble floor. The double lot back yard takes you far away from city living, lined with flower beds and large enough to accommodate a swimming pool, should that be your desire. There is also a hidden additional large space – perfect for an out building, to store an RV or even a vegetable garden. In an area where there is virtually no off-street parking, this house has covered parking for two large vehicles and space for three more. Truly, you must see this beautiful home to appreciate all it has to offer. The owners have loved it. They are moving to be closer to their children and grandchildren, building a home that will make them as happy as living at 235 West Main Street.

 

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