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Wow! Kentucky Hotel, Circa 1700’s in Virginia. Almost one acre. $215,000

January 12, 2023

Just imagine if these walls could talk?! One of the oldest “ordinaries”, hotels, in Lynchburg, Virginia. This structure was most likely built in the 1700’s and then added onto in 1815. It is located on .87 acres in Lynchburg, Virginia. The building features hardwood floors, chair rails, original mantels and a metal roof. Zone for multiple uses. Four bedrooms, two bathrooms and 3,100 square feet. $215,000

Contact Jane Blickenstaff with Blickenstaff and Company: 434-660-3773

From the Zillow listing:


The Kentucky hotel is a remarkable piece of history. This Federal style home is a remarkable survival for a 19th Century structure that was so important to Lynchburg’s history. Originally built as a private residence then in 1814 converted to a hotel. It was one of the 16 ordinaries that housed travelers during the early growth of the City.It retains much of the original features and details.This property is zones B4 which allows for a variety of business uses. The extra lots in the rear do convey with this home which would allow for lots of rear parking. In the past it has been an antique shop and architects office. This listing includes 6 tax parcels either on Jackson or 5th. Total acrage is approx.868 acre.



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