This 7200 sq. ft. Victorian - style home nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains on 2.954 acres of beautifully landscaped outdoor loveliness. Built by the owner, it is filled with centuries old walnut tongue and groove wainscoting, intricate trim, and handcrafted staircase. Oak hardwood floors throughout the home. The main floor consist of 1 1/2 baths, game room with bar, porcelain tiled formal dining room with elaborate trim and 12 ft. windows with chandelier on a lift from a 30 ft. ceiling, small informal dining room, kitchen with high-end appliances and eat-in circular dinette, walk in pantry, parlor, living room with 3 sets of sliding glass doors leading to decks, den with walnut shelving and fireplace, music room,and a 2-story entrance foyer. Upper level has four bedroom and four full bath plus a library. The home also has a three car garage plus a full finished basement and 1700 square foot work shop. Large water fountain
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