Classic Virginia farmhouse has been lovingly restored and renovated! This gem is situated on over 111 acres with a stream and ATV trails. Spacious rooms with exposed brick chimneys/fireplaces, original floors, woodwork, trim & mantles. Main level features the living room with a sun porch, a modern kitchen with corian counter & farmhouse sink, dining with a fireplace where gas logs can be added, and a 1/2 bath. Two large bedrooms occupy the upper level in the main house (one attached to the full bath), and an additional bedroom and bath are located in the attached summer kitchen/guest cottage. Approximately 85-90 acres are wooded with the balance in open pasture/fields around the home. A unique opportunity to own a piece of history!
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