Historic House Listings

18 acres in Virginia! The Bayne Farm, Circa 1930. $124,900

October 14, 2020

Price doesn’t seem bad for this property! Known as the Lindard and Barbara Bayne property. It was built in 1930. The home is located on 17.97 acres in Chase City, Virginia. The house could use some updating and some undoing. Hope the original siding is underneath the vinyl and hope the hardwood floors are still underneath the carpeting…..they usually are. The kitchen has knotty pine cabinetry. There are multiple outbuildings, including a barn for animals. Two bedrooms, one bathroom, and 1,365 square feet. $124,900

Contact Richard E. Vaughan with Vaughan Auction and Realty: 434-736-8400

From the Zillow listing:


You just found your place in the country …… a country home with 17+ acres (majority of land is open and in grass). This property is known to local folks as “The Linard and Barbara Bayne” property. This 2-bedroom, vinyl siding home with metal roof has been extremely well maintained and is in move-in condition. On the first level you will find an entrance foyer, living room with propane gas heater for back-up heat, bedroom, kitchen with knotty pine cabinets, full bath (ceramic tile), and utility room. The second bedroom is located upstairs and there is a large hallway. The home includes central heat and air-conditioning on the first level. Outbuildings include the following: Workshop for the handyman, stable for your animals, plus two additional outbuildings for your lawn and garden supplies. If you have a love of fresh air, farm animals and peaceful living, call for your appointment to view this property. These type of properties rarely come on the market. This property is being sold to settle an estate.


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