The Stone Building At The Mill FEATURED

MLS #: 560045
Listing Type: For Sale
Property Type: Residential
Price: $338,000
Location: 322 Shenandoah Avenue
Virginia 22815
Style: Romanesque
Year Built: 1809
Half Bathrooms:
Lot Size (acres): .96
Size (square feet): 3,443
Condition: Move in ready
Additional Out Buildings:
Submission Date: 06-28-2017
Last Update: 06-28-2017
Agent Details: Kathie See
Company Name: Kline May Realty
Phone Number: 5408969385
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Incredible home offers historic charm with beautiful style in the interior! House was built in the end of the Romanesque revival & has flair from the Italianate era! Stunning original hardwood throughout most of the home! Two kitchens, with the primary offering an eat-in area! Cozy up by the stoves in the family room & the living room combined with the dining! Incredible upper level offers a lovely reading nook, 5 bedrooms, a home office/6th possible bedroom & full bath! No current A/C, but furnace is set up for it! Detached double garage, storage shed, updated outbuilding & additional outbuilding for storage convenience! Enjoy a great location with a wide front porch as you take in the soothing sounds of Linville Creek flowing nearby! Property would make a lovely bed & breakfast. Historic Information: The stone part of the house was listed in the 1809 census of Rockingham County as "the stone building at the mill". The mill (Custers) was burned by Sheridan. It was turned into a house and the brick part was added in 1869 by John Basore (one of the founders of Broadway). He is buried in the Presbyterian Cemetery and was an officer in the confederate army. Legend has it that the front part was a store run by his parents and the first post office. The references for these facts are John Wayland's history book and a book called the stone houses of Linville Creek.

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Dining Area

Family Room

Charming Reading Nook

Southwest Bedroom

Side Entrance & Detached Garage

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