Almost six acres in Virginia. Originally a granary! Circa 1900. $174,900

This is a diamond in the rough! It originally started as a granary. The house was built in 1900. It is located on 5.87 acres in Lexington, Virginia. The house features knotty pine and exposed beams. There are several outbuildings on the property. There is a natural spring with watering trough. One bedroom, one bathroom and 990 square feet. $174,900

Contact Will Moore with James Wm. Moore Real Estate: 540-460-4602

From the Zillow listing:

Tucked away on 5.87 acres in the coveted Kerrs Creek area of Rockbridge County, this private homestead presents an exceptional renovation opportunity to add your custom touch to a one-of-a-kind country property! Originally an early 1900s granary, the converted residence with one-bedroom and loft features an open kitchen/living room floorplan, natural wood accents, and vaulted ceiling. Small scale farming and equestrian features include a huge 5-bay equipment building, 3-stall horse barn, two wells, a natural spring with watering trough, and many other outbuildings. Property being sold AS IS.

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