PRLog - Aug. 4, 2014 - CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. -- Charming historic farm house full of charm & character built circa 1869. http://www.cvillehomesforsale.com/
573 Stage Junction-2
Land once owned by Thomas Jefferson. The home occupies the highest point providing 360 degree panoramic views. Sitting on 20 acres of rolling pastures with a tree farm & pond. A real work of art preserving the original integrity. 2 story post & peg constructed barn, one of the finest examples of its kind still in existence. A perfect property for any type of farming with 5 acres fenced. Horses, Livestock, Tree, bee keepers, wind farmers, Even a B&B! Anyone wishing to grow and raise their own crops or livestock!
Restored historic home with close attention to preserving the original integrity. As you wind up the driveway to the highest point of the 20 acre property sits the charming home on the very highest point providing 360 degree panoramic views. The wide front porch offers plenty of seating and even a porch swing. Original pine heart flooring and doors with the vintage hardware throughout. The main entrance hall takes guest right into the parlor with a wood burning fireplace. Just down the hall is the kitchen. Completely renovated and equipped with stainless steel appliances, custom cabinetry, tiled flooring and back-splash and a center island and breakfast bar. The gas range sits right in the original cooking fireplace. Just adjacent the kitchen is an enormous dining room. Plenty of windows capture all of the natural light. There is enough seating space to seat the entire family for those special occasions. Step through the French doors to the open deck for barbecuing. There’s is plenty of seating space here too! Off the dining room is the side entry into the mud room. The mud room provides convenient entry from the garage and farm shed. The mud room has tiled flooring, an exposed stone chimney and a place to hang coats and bags. The powder room is also located here with wainscoting lining the walls. The family room is spacious and open with a cozy wood stove. There is another entry door from the side covered porch. Off the family room is the music room with built-in shelving and bookcases. This would also make a handsome home office, library or study.
The 2nd level consists of 3 bedrooms and a full bathroom. Travel up the original staircase with the original bannister to the wide open hall that leads to the bedrooms. Two out of the three bedrooms including the master provide entry to the balcony with unobstructed views of the property. One contains a fireplace. The master bedroom has an attached laundry room that could easily be made into a master bathroom.
The 20 gently rolling acres has 5 acres fenced for horses or livestock, a peg and post constructed barn and a pond. Wildflowers and blackberry bushes are scattered throughout. A Loblolly Pine tree farm was established. The property is a perfect candidate for any type of farming including horses, livestock, beekeepers, flower gardeners, raising crops for market, wind and even a B&B. There is an abundance of wildlife for hunting and the darkest night sky for stargazing.
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The average number of days on the market for a Fluvanna county home in the 23038 zip code is 94 days. The average listing price for homes in the area is $250,950. The average income per home in the area is $57,303. The is a total of 903 homes in the 23038 zip code of Fluvanna county. 254 of these homes have children. 47% of the households are married couples. Receive additional community information including the school scores by subscribing to my Market Insider (http://www.cvillehomesforsale.com/
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Sherry Hayward Keller Williams Realty
Sherry Hayward Keller Williams Realty