Lovers of historical homes get ready to experience 5500 sq. ft. of pure Victorian architectural character. The Oaks, located in the desirable historic district of Christiansburg. Originally built in the late 19th century by Major William Pierce. This home is overflowing with all of the character and charm one would expect in such a distinguished home with modern amenities. You'll love the comfortable floor plan w/high ceilings, wide central foyer, generously sized rooms, beautiful original hardwoods, original staircase & trim work throughout along with tons of updates. This home boasts a formal parlor, library, soaring entry hall with original staircase and a grand dining room that can accommodate 12 guests. Outside you will find a beautifully landscaped private yard, Koi pond. The home is just a short walk to downtown to enjoy the towns many festivals, farmers market and multiple dining options.
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