1935 Spanish Revival – Bedford, VA

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918 Ashland Ave, Bedford, VA 24523

  • $269,900
  • 4 Bed
  • 3.5 Bath
  • 2964 Sq Ft
  • 0.96 Ac.
Circa 1935 Spanish Colonial Revival home unique to the Bedford Community. The original owner loved the Spanish influence & incorporated the style into her dream home paying homage to the history of the space with curves & arches, stucco exterior, terracotta roof tiles, tower like chimney, wooden doors, ornamental wrought iron graces stair railings & window grills, dark interior wood, and an entrance with exterior arcade. The main level consist of spacious foyer w/ornate stairway, formal LR w/FP, formal DR, den w/gas log FP, office, breakfast area, fully equipped & upgraded kit w/8 x 6 pantry, & 1/2 BA. Upper level with 4 BRS, MBR w/private bath w/jacuzzi & a Jack & Jill Bath for the remaining BRS. Basement level offers a Gardner's bath, laundry area & storage. Attached 9x16 Screened Porch.
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Judy Rush, Scott & Bond Inc.,

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10 Comments on 1935 Spanish Revival – Bedford, VA

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  1. StevenFStevenF says: 821 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1969 Regency
    Nashville, TN

    I love the exterior. The original owner certainly selected a good architect to replicate the Spanish mission vernacular in rural Virginia. The interior looks to be in great shape though I’d try to rollback the bath and kitchen updates. I would love to see a photo of that glass brick room.

  2. jeklstudio says: 1105 comments

    Oh WOW I like this one. Second fav style after Tudor. Beautiful arched built-in cabs in the dining room. The only thing: I wish I could’ve seen bathroom(s) before the updating. Fantastic curb appeal.

  3. JullesJulles says: 534 comments
    OHD Supporter

    I love this style of house and this house in no ways disappoints You. All the arched openings and doors are great and the front facade is classic and elegant. I wouldn’t know quite what colors to paint the interior other than a pale pink or beige. Because it does need some color to warm it up. The grounds are beautiful and I thought maybe there was a park across the street but it is the English Meadows Elks Home Campus. It has an incredible grand building on it. I think it is a hotel for people in the Elks.

  4. Bethster says: 871 comments

    It’s so nice to see a Spanish house in Virginia! I love this particular style of arch, and also that there are so many of them. I like the style of the the corner dining room cabinets, too. I’d want to so some work in the kitchen and bathrooms (though I do like the hex floor in the last bathroom). Beautiful property too, especially the dogwood tree.

  5. Colleen J says: 1156 comments

    I can’t get over how nice the built ins are in this house. Though the style isn’t my cup of tea, there’s a lot to like in this one.

  6. Lissie says: 263 comments

    Is this what heaven looks like? Wowza!!

  7. PhillipPhillip says: 276 comments
    1910 Tudor/craftsman mix

    Yeah I agree with the others, this is a really cool place and looks to be pretty much move in condition. Can anyone tell me what it’s like to buy a move in condition home? I have never experienced that in my 5 homes. I must toil and sweat for years. Ah to move in and mix a cocktail, that would be so easy.

  8. JullesJulles says: 534 comments
    OHD Supporter

    Don’t worry Phil, there are walls to paint, kitchen and bathrooms to remodel and Spanish accents to add. A house and yard are no fun if there is nothing left to do.

  9. abevy says: 327 comments

    Lots of white walls, not my cup of tea. I, too, wish the kitchen and baths were original. Good house!

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