Historic House Listings

Mount Moreland Chapel, Circa 1892. One acre in Lexington, Virginia. $175,000

August 25, 2020

Interesting property! Mount Moreland Chapel was built in 1892. It is located on 1.1 acres in Lexington, Virginia. The chapel is situated in the desirable Sugar Creek area. This was originally built as a community church. The chapel has clapboard siding, hardwood floors, and original limestone foundation. One bedroom, one bathroom, and 1,032 square feet. $175,000

Contact Will Moore with James Wm. Moore Real Estate: 540-460-4602

From the Zillow listing:


Mount Moreland Chapel, built in 1892 and impeccably restored, sits at the base of House Mountain in the highly desirable Sugar Creek area of Rockbridge County, minutes from Lexington, Washington and Lee University, and the Virginia Military Institute. Originally constructed as a community church, the property has evolved over time to its present status as a privately owned property ideal for events, short term rentals, and a private residence or studio. Period architectural features adorn the structure including clapboard siding, decorative trim, and original limestone foundation. Inside, the large, light-filled open floor plan with ultra-high ceilings provides flexibility of use and potential for custom partition walls.


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