Fuel for Hardcore Historical Home Fantasies

Fuel for Hardcore Historical Home Fantasies
Hampton National Historic Site

Friday, January 8, 2010

1790's Prewitt Plantation in Southern Virginia

Loving this one. Especially the fact that it's just $499k and on 25 ACRES. With just 3 bedrooms and 2 baths, this gracious plantation home isn't too ridiculously huge. Rooms look big and airy. And look at the woodwork. Impressive intricate detailed fireplaces. Large kitchen/dining with fireplace, laundry room and separate backstair entry to servant quarters. Basement, zoned central heat and air, weatherboard smokehouse with slate roof, hand forged nails found in construction. Guided entry through large boxwoods to the grand entryway. Unfinished basement built with field stone. Slate and metal roof. Desirable opportunity to reside in a secluded natural setting enjoying abundant wildlife and tranquil peaceful surroundings. Located in Campbell County, near small rural town of Brookneal, VA. Convenient within thirty minutes of Lynchburg, two hours to Richmond or two and one half hours to Research Triangle Park, Raleigh Durham, NC. With that drive to civilization you'd definitely have to telecommute. Country home anyone?

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