Historic House Listings

Pretty setting! Over four acres in Virginia with fruit trees! $350,000

March 2, 2024

This house has such a beautiful setting! There are fruit trees, a pond and a creek on the property. The house was built in 1930. It is located on 4.42 acres in Salem, Virginia. The house features hardwood floors, vaulted ceiling, exposed log walls, built-in bookshelves and an enclosed porch. There is lots of nearby hiking, including the Appalachian Trail. The property has persimmons, dogwood, redbud, magnolia, maple, alongside mature apple, pear, peach, cherry, plum trees, and grapevines. Two bedrooms, two bathrooms and 2,304 square feet. $350,000

Contact Christy Crouch with RE/MAX All Points: 540-312-0085

From the Zillow listing:


Welcome to this authentic Virginia Blue Ridge Mountain home and barn nestled at the base of Catawba Mountain offering modern comfort amid scenic beauty. The Appalachian Trail awaits at less than a 10 min drive and accessible via a picturesque switchback road. Hikers can venture north to MacAfee’s Knob for stunning views or south to a breathtaking valley vista. This property doubles as a conservation haven, hosting 22+ bird species and nurturing Blue Birds with designated boxes and daily feedings. The meadow undergoes an annual March mowing to foster wild seeds and milkweed, combatting habitat loss. All information is deemed reliable but not guaranteed and should be verified by buyer or buyer’s agent. Possession will be granted at recording. The wooded area boasts diverse trees, while the front section offers potential for further development. Fruit-bearing treespersimmons, dogwood, redbud, magnolia, maplealongside mature apple, pear, peach, cherry, plum trees, and grapevines add allure. Two mountain spring-fed ponds team with life, from frogs to turtles, enhancing the natural charm. Equipped with a Kinetico water treatment system and an electric-powered anode system for the hot water tank, this property offers modern amenities in a tranquil setting.



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