Historic House Listings

Two 5 car garages! “Parkhurst Place”, Circa 1815. Almost two acres in Virginia. $265,000

May 6, 2022

This is the oldest home in town! There are two, five car garages on the property as well as multiple outbuildings. Love the mantels and the vintage light fixture. Parkhurst Place was built in 1815. It is located on 1.75 acres in Pungoteague, Virginia. The home features a covered front porch, original hardwood floors, original mantels, solid wood doors with original hardware and chair rails. The property has a barn, guest house, boat house and a tool shed. Three bedrooms, three bathrooms and 3,448 square feet. $265,000

Contact Schuyler V V Hurlbut with Weichert Realtors – Mason Davis

From the Zillow listing:


Oldest home in historic Pungoteague -1817- Parkhurst Place: 14 rooms, 6 outbuildings, 2018 roof, two 5 car garages with cement floor, electricity, and 2nd floor. Also barn with stalls, tall boat house, guest house, tool house and more. Over 3400sq’, stunning mantles and fireplaces with beautiful wide plank floors. 2 full baths up, 1/2 down. Internet ready. Nearly finished attic could be library, office or 4th bedroom. House has been neglected for many years and in need of complete renovation. Ground,s 1 3/4 acres, once lovely, now a bit overgrown. Just a few minutes to Harborton County Boat launches on deep Pungoteague Creek flowing to Chesapeake Bay. Hospital 15 minutes north, local shopping and antique shops 10 minutes south(and north). Quaint country store 2 minute walk. Cameras used.



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