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STONEBROOK, WINCHESTER, Virginia 22602
21 Pictures
2.03Acre
BUILT BY SHENANDOAH VALLEY'S EARLIEST SETTLERS. ON THE NAT'L REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES! C. 1751 springhouse dwelling in Stonebrook. Distinctive floor plan features large stone FP reminiscent of architecture in settlers' hometown of Ulster, Northern Ireland. May be eligible for tax credits.
$99,900
GREENWAY, BOYCE, Virginia 22620
2 Bedrooms
1 Bathroom
11 Pictures
1,069Sq.Ft
Farmhouse built in 1800. Home has inviting front porch & modern conveniences. Kitchen w/dishwasher, fridge,& electric stove/oven. Laundry on main level. Full bath on main level. Large open living area. 1 bedroom on main level. 2nd bedroom on upper level. 2 additional rooms could be used as office space/playroom/rec room. Over sized shed. Large lot backs to trees. No GOVT LOANS PLEASE.
$124,900
SEMINOLE, CHESTER GAP, Virginia 22623
1 Bedroom
1 Bathroom
12 Pictures
918Sq.Ft
Authentic log cabin in the woods. Live year round or great weekender. Could be 2 bedrooms with partition installed in the good sized one bedroom. Loft for sleeping or use as storage. Stone fireplace. Cabin could be as old as 200 years.
$159,000
1638 W BEVERLEY ST, STAUNTON, Virginia 24401
2 Bedrooms
1 Bathroom
31 Pictures
1,168Sq.Ft
This remodeled home has all of the charm and character but very little work left to do! Inside you will find a fully remodeled kitchen, original and new hardwoods, new carpet, a half bath with laundry space, two large bedrooms, and a roomy bathroom with ceramic tile and double vanities. The rear of the home has plenty of yard but could also serve as as much off street parking as you would like.
$169,900
STAGE COACH RD., WOODSTOCK, Virginia 22664
5 Bedrooms
2 Bathrooms
29 Pictures
6.50Acre
This stately home, built mainly of oak logs, stands ready for preservation and enjoyment. A massive stone chimney on the east gable with a large kitchen fireplace. Most of the second floor joists are hewn from American chestnut. Wide pine flooring can be seen throughout the house. Heavy timbers make up the framework of the attic and roof., a true testament to the craftsmen who built this home.
$239,900
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