Historic House Listings

Love this one! Circa 1908. Over two acres in Virginia. $539,000

May 3, 2023

I like this house! Love that little upper porch! This home was built in 1908. It is located on 2.72 acres in Luray, Virginia. The home features a large front porch, a small upper porch, hardwood floors, crown moulding, wainscoting, beautiful mantels and picture rails. Not a fan of the kitchen. It definitely needs some work. Beautiful views of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Five bedrooms, four bathrooms and 3,695 square feet. $539,000

Contact Sable Ponn with Funkhouser Real Estate Group: 540-860-8966

From the Zillow listing:

 

Welcome home to this amazing Victorian masterpiece in Downtown Luray. This stunning 3 story home has incredible MOUNTAIN VIEWS and is on a large 2.72 acre lot with privacy and easy access to everything you need! This home has been lovingly maintained over the years and is ready for new owners to make it their own. Features include: 11 foot ceilings and hardwood floors throughout the house, Pullman style kitchen, formal dining room, large den, and a second more modern living area with tray ceilings and tons of natural light. With 5 bedrooms total, including a primary suite on the first floor, you have plenty of choices on which you’d like to make your own, not to mention you could turn one of those rooms into an office space, library, or den. The unfinished basement has easy interior and exterior access, plenty of space for a workshop area, and there is plumbing available if you ever decide to finish the space. The 2.72 acre lot contains a 2-car garage, multiple outbuildings for storage, a paved driveway and a nice wraparound porch and 2nd floor balcony that would be perfect for you to welcome the Blue Ridge Mountain views while you enjoy your cup of coffee every morning. Lastly, for anyone who’s dream is to open a B&B, this place could be the one! Zoned R2, this property has the ability to be converted into a successful B&B that could thrive on Page County‚Äôs incredible tourism market that brings in thousands of people each year! It has everything you need and more, don’t miss out on this little slice of history!

 

 

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