Staunton Historic Homes & Properties Built 1800 to 1850
2037 MILLWOOD RD, MILLWOOD, Virginia 22646
1035 sq. ft. Prime retail/office space in downtown Millwood, the cultural hub of southern Clarke County hunt country. Two doors from Locke Store, renowned gourmet food and fine wine shop, the anchor store of Millwood. Across street from historic Burwell-Morgan mill; near antique stores. Remodeled 2018 with new upstair bathroom and kitchen area. Great visibility and well-heeled pedestrian traffic.
562 POULTRY LN, BROADWAY, Virginia 22815
Come enjoy the best of all both worlds. With wide open spaces, fresh air and mountain views, this home is just minutes from Broadway and Harrisonburg. Two acres of open land means you can have the garden of your dreams. The interior has spacious rooms with an open concept, 3 bedrooms and 3 full baths.
1133 BISHOP MEADE RD, BOYCE, Virginia 22620
UPDATE: NEW PRICE - $299,000!!!! Owner installed a new tankless water heater for future owner's renovation! This will be a great cost savings to this new homeowner. Garage has been revamped and painted with epoxy floor finish. Racking has been removed from the rear rooms to show the full potential of this living space.
30 FEHR LN, MAURERTOWN, Virginia 22644
Welcome to "The Windel House" - The stately 1773-built home that's rich with history and with many stories to tell. Home Details & History Notes from the Seller: The Palatinate (Pfalz) is a state in southwestern Germany. Its from this region that Georg Windel immigrated to the American colonies in the late 18th Century.
6947 LORD FAIRFAX HWY, BERRYVILLE, Virginia 22611
Historic home, NOT your average cookie-cutter! Tons of character and charm. Built in 1860 and located in the historic district of Chapel Hill. Beautifully renovated bathrooms and kitchen. Original hardwood floors. Spacious living room with cozy woodstove. One main floor bedroom with full bath. Main floor also includes large office with half bath.
7732 SCOTTSVILLE RD, SCOTTSVILLE, Virginia 24590
Known as the "House They Moved", Maple Hill House, c. 1790, has a long history in the Scottsville community. Original home details can be found throughout, including massive hand-hewn beams, heart pine floors, wide double-board wainscoting and original mantels. The home was updated in 1985 with electricity and plumbing. The 2.