Historic House Listings

Three acres in Virginia. Circa 1840. Love the exposed logs. $139,500

September 14, 2020

This is a diamond in the rough! What a great price! Known as the Allisonia Mansion, this home was built in 1840. It is located on three acres in Hiwassee, Virginia. The home has exposed hand hewn logs, original hardwood floors, and a nice double porch. The property has oak and walnut trees that over a hundred years old. Just minutes from the New River and New River Trail. Four bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 2,636 square feet. $139,500

Contact Kevin Dalton with United Country Anders Realty & Auction: 276-620-4838

From the Zillow listing:


Check out this historical gem located in Pulaski County, VA. Home offers 4bd/2ba, exposed original hand-hewn logs, original hardwood & pine floors, balcony overlooking grounds and 3 level acres with mature trees. This property is just minutes from the New River and New River Trail. Locals say this home dates back to 1840 and has been taken care of over the years. A home with character and a past! The grounds offer huge Oak, Walnut and Bean trees that are well over 100 years old. Step back in time and explore the Allisonia Mansion.


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