Historic House Listings

Unique three level cabin! Two acres in Virginia. $295,000

April 24, 2024

This is a unique three level cabin! They have a build date of 1939, but looks a bit older to me. The house is located on 1.92 acres in Delaplane, Virginia. The house features hardwood floors, exposed beams, baseboards, stone chimney and a large back deck. There are 15 wineries nearby! One bedroom, one bathroom and 949 square feet. $295,000

Contact Cricket Bedford with Talbot Estate Properties: 540-229-3201

From the Zillow listing:


Nestled on nearly 2 acres sitting above Goose Creek in the historic village of Delaplane lies a delightful log cabin awaiting its next owner. Built in the 1930’s, this charming 3-level cabin offers hardwood floors throughout and beamed ceilings on two floors. The kitchen is on the main level, a living room on the middle level and a bedroom and full bath on the top level. Step inside the enclosed side porch with lots of room for storage which opens into the kitchen. This functional kitchen features plenty of cabinetry, space for a table along with a stackable W/D. The middle level has two large windows filling the room with light. A door accesses the large rear deck ideal for entertaining. On the upper level is the bedroom with a large closet and full bath with a shower/tub combo. Take in the natural surroundings either on the back deck or side terrace by the main doorway. With a 2 BR septic recently pumped and inspected, the cabin offers exciting expansion possibilities for those looking to customize and enhance the living spaces to suit their needs. Outbuildings include a small 1-stall barn with three storage areas located in the fully fenced paddock that surrounds the house on two sides. Explore the nearly 15 wineries and breweries nearby and outdoor enthusiasts will appreciate the proximity to hiking opportunities at Sky Meadows State Park which includes access to the AT. Ideal commuter location on Route 17 and so close to I-66 and Route 50. Own a small corner in the heart of horse country but within easy reach of modern conveniences. Don’t miss this gem!


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