1791 – Amherst, VA

Details below are from December 2012, sold status has not been verified.
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Added to OHD on 12/11/12   -   Last OHD Update: 4/12/20   -   5 Comments
Off Market / Archived

719 Ebenezer Rd, Amherst, VA 24521

  • $495,000
  • 4 Bed
  • 2.5 Bath
  • 2100 Sq Ft
  • 25 Ac.
Here is the home of Andrew Monroe, President James Monroe's Uncle. Located mins from downtown Amherst and across the road from Poplar Grove golf course, featuring a Sam Snead design. "Weekley" is being sold "as is" but has received an informed restoration and addition with little to do to complete this gem for your home or retreat. The 18th century kitchen is here, too, to restore. The land enjoys a rolling terrain and beautiful views. 25 acres open in pasture bisected by Rocky Run Creek.
Contact Information
Joe Samuels, Jos. T. Samuels
434-981-3322
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5 Comments on 1791 – Amherst, VA

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  1. Sixoh (Shane) says: 25 comments

    You’d be cooking the Last Supper in that summer kitchen!

  2. Chloe says: 68 comments

    The size is so deceiving until you get to the side view.
    Amazing shape for it’s age.
    That field view is beautiful.
    I’m not sure why they included the summer kitchen either.
    More like remnants of…

    A nice piece of history.

  3. echo says: 112 comments

    Wow, this is history right there. Would like to just walk in the house. The 25 acres is nice too. Larger house than I thought it would be.:)

  4. Jim says: 5148 comments

    I appreciate that they didn’t remove the summer kitchen, which shows the original location and construction. I’d love to see it rebuilt, but would first blast the paint off the chimneys.

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