Staunton Historic Homes & Properties $500K to $1M
496 FRENCHMAN POND RD, FORT VALLEY, Virginia 22652
Step back in time on this 25 acre country getaway in scenic Fort Valley with a classic 4 bedroom, 2 bath Farmhouse. This circa 1896 homestead is loaded with the character and charm of yesteryear including the original stone springhouse and year round stream.
2011 BROADHEAD SCHOOL RD, MIDDLEBROOK, Virginia 24459
Circa 1883 Farm House on over 61 Acres, Family Farm since 1957, 4 Bedrooms, Modern Kitchen, Dining room, Living room with gas logs, Wood Floors, Updated 200 Amp electric service. Detached root cellar/smoke house. There is a "extremely productive spring with commercial possibilities", Livestock watering troughs, Currently cattle grazing farm with some wooded land.
32 W MAIN ST- MONTEREY- Virginia 24465
Victorian 4-5 bedroom home can be used as your primary residence or a commercial business (B&B). Renovated in 2006 features red oak tongue and groove & Bass paneling, hardwood floors, ornate stairwell, copper roof, updated plumbing and electrical system.
382 PRIVET LN, FORT VALLEY, Virginia 22652
Enjoy the beautiful drive to the home through the George Washington National Forest. This charming 4 bedroom/2 full bath farmhouse on 27+ acres has been well maintained. Modern conveniences without sacrificing any of its charm. Circa 1896.
3319 HILLTOP ACRES DR, DAYTON, Virginia 22821
Conveniently Located Small Acreage Dairy Farm on 2 Tax Parcels.Property is well suited for continued operation,conversion to Beef or other use.Main residence is a 4 Bedroom 1.5 Bath Farm House with 1,578 total Square Feet and a partial basement. Second residence is a 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath Single Wide Trailer in excellent condition.
822 TURNPIKE RD- LEXINGTON- Virginia 24450
Mackeys Tavern (c. 1770) exemplifies the historic architecture of the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. Located only 5 miles west of Lexington, this impeccably restored stone tavern with frame addition completed in 1883 sits beautifully on over 5 park-like acres overlooking spring-fed pond and year-round stream. Outbuildings include stone spring house, fort/smokehouse, barn and two car garage.
106 PIEDMONT AVE, WASHINGTON, Virginia 22747
The Alexander-Jackson House, circa 1860, is a wonderful, sun drenched, farmhouse that's had some updates. It has the best porches--one in front for the views over the neighbor's pastures and into the Blue Ridge/Shenandoah National Park while the side porch is two stories.