Historic House Listings

Want the sink! 7 acres in the George Washington National Forest in Virginia. Circa 1800’s. $325,000

October 14, 2022

I love the kitchen sink! Beautiful setting for this log cabin! The home was built in the 1800s. It is located on 6.90 acres in Deerfield, Virginia. The home is situated in the George Washington National Forest. The house features a covered front porch, hand hewn logs, hardwood floors, vaulted ceiling with exposed beams, log walls and a sleeping loft. In the 1940’s two wings were added onto the house using old telephone poles as the center support beams. There is a guest house on the property. The home has updated electric, plumbing and new metal roof. Two bedrooms, one bathroom and 1,127 square feet. $325,000

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From the Zillow listing:


Originally built in the 1800s as a one room hand hewn Log-cabin, this property has been transformed over time into a welcoming getaway that many families have enjoyed! The two wings of this cabin were added around 1946 using old telephone poles as the center supporting beams. There is a hidden unfinished loft in the main cabin and a bunk house on the property that both allow for additional sleeping space. The current owners have taken meticulous care of the property while still valuing the original character. With the modern conveniences that have been added the cabin could even be used as a full time residence. New metal roof, insulation, gutters, vinyl windows with lifetime warranty, all new electrical with 200 Amp panel box, pex pipe plumping and sump pump in the bathroom. Easy winterizing in just a few minutes! The history of the Shenandoah Valley and Augusta county is rooted deep in this property and the land that surrounds it. Tucked away in the woods of the George Washington National Forest, you are surrounded by miles of trees and wildlife! Call your agent for a full list of updates.



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