Dream property time! The Beadles House was built by Captain Beadles who used his earnings from serving in the Revolutionary War to build this house. The home was built in 1788. It is located on 3.23 acres in Stanardsville, Virginia. The log house is two houses combined. There is an art studio on the property as well. The home backs up to a 30 acre lake. The home features a covered front porch, hardwood floors, log walls, vaulted ceilings, exposed beams and a spacious kitchen. Five bedrooms, four bathrooms and 2,800 square feet. $649,000
Contact Justin H. Wiley with Wiley Real Estate – Orange
From the Zillow listing:
The Beadles House, circa 1788 is believed to be the first two-story home ever built in Greene County. Captain Beadles built the two over two chestnut log home from his earnings serving in the Revolutionary War. The current owners completed a ground up restoration in 2000, which included connecting a second cabin, circa 1805, that was disassembled in WV and skillfully incorporated into the home. The current configuration includes living rm w/ gas fireplace, large dining/kitchen area, 2 ground floor bedrooms, one of which could be a den/library w/ fireplace, 3 bedrooms on the second floor, and a total of 3.5 baths. The home is the ideal joining of an historic gem, with all the modern conveniences of a modern home. The house is privately situated on 3.2 acres, with frontage on a 30 acre lake. Property also includes an art studio w/ ac and heat, workshop w/ac and fireplace, carport, and dock on the lake. All furnishings, and artwork are included with the offering.
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