Shenandoah Valley Va historic homes ->
Federal style, brick home sits on 76+ acres on a rise above Passage Creek in the beautiful Fort Valley area of Shenandoah County, VA.
A registered Virginia Landmark and on the National Register of Historic Places this 3,100 sq. ft. home boasts German-style woodworking and is a craftsman dream.
Original details and extensive character can be found throughout the home starting with the exterior and the bricks used to build the home that were fired on-site.
In addition, the original wood mantlepieces, built-in cabinetry, and doors have been painted in the 19th century Polychromy style.
Large attic space allows for plenty of storage and an additional second-story room over the kitchen would make a great office space for those working from home.
This home also features a full basement with gravel floors.
The property is further enhanced with a large, detached garage (with electricity and water), a 1929 bank barn, a tool shed, and a smokehouse.
With over a half mile of Passage Creek frontage, there’s plenty of space to cast the fishing line and yet be close to home.
A picturesque setting of 76.4 acres that boasts pastureland, a wooded area with trails, and amazing panoramic views.
This property is under a conservation easement with Potomac Conservancy, Inc.
The rural countryside is spectacular yet only 75 miles to Dulles International Airport and less than 90 miles to DC.
Take a deep breath and breathe in the tranquility this property has to offer.