1883 – Copper Hill, VA

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9114 Twin Falls Rd NE, Copper Hill, VA 24079

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  • $49,500
  • 5 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 1988 Sq Ft
  • 3.23 Ac.
Floyd County farmhouse on 3.23 acres. Built around 1883 by public record the home needs repair and offers nearly 2,000 sq ft. The ability for up to five bedrooms with two baths. A well was placed on the property around 2007, well and septic information on file. A bold creek flows on the property with several outbuildings. Property will not have the ability to receive government financing. Property sold AS-IS.
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Levi Cox, United Country Blue Ridge Land & Auction
(540) 745-2005
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13 Comments on 1883 – Copper Hill, VA

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  1. CarolynCarolyn says: 298 comments
    Grand Rapids, MI

    I’d buy this one just for the setting. I love the way it’s tucked into the hillside and there’s enough original details left inside to make it really cute again.

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  2. BethanyBethany says: 3432 comments
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    1983 White elephant
    Escondido, CA

    A little rough perhaps but that setting! And lots of potential.

    5
  3. Patricia cottrell says: 2 comments

    Looks like water right up to the back door??

  4. pamibachpamibach says: 116 comments

    OOOH! This would be fun to fix and live in,some chickens, a couple pigs, 3 or 4 goats, that’s country livin’

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  5. CeylaClaire says: 252 comments

    Good glad glory! This home needs ALOTTA LOVE! Loads of work needs to be done including a total rip out of the kitchen. Oh my!! But that said, I can also see some chickens scurrying about and maybe some ducks. I’d even put up some bat and bird houses.
    When a realtor describes watered areas as “bold” you better believe it! Especially when the snow melts in the mountains. I’ve seen innocent looking little creeks turn into raging waterfalls in the spring.
    Beautiful areas here though. I could just see one of those hills covered in Daffodils and Crocus in the spring.

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    • gsciencechickgsciencechick says: 6 comments
      1963 ranch
      Charlotte, NC

      I used to live in this region in Blacksburg, so I know the area a little bit. This is right near the Blue Ridge parkway, so it can get snow/ice, also higher elevation here. I don’t know if it’s gotten better but cell phone signalout here was either weak or nonexistant. Have fond memories of Floyd County, VA!

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  6. peeweebcpeeweebc says: 1064 comments
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    1885 Italianate.
    MI

    Poor lonely ol house nestled into a perfect valley. I really hope a historical house lover saves her.

    4
  7. Plasterboy says: 113 comments

    Thars a krik ?

    4
  8. gsciencechickgsciencechick says: 6 comments
    1963 ranch
    Charlotte, NC

    I used to live in this region in Blacksburg, so I know the area a little bit. This is right near the Blue Ridge parkway, so it can get snow/ice, also higher elevation here. I don’t know if it’s gotten better but cell phone signalout here was either weak or nonexistant. Have fond memories of Floyd County, VA!

  9. StacyStacy says: 475 comments
    1900 Maybe Craftsmen
    TX

    I really like this house, alot of potential for sure! That setting is just awesome!!

  10. AJ DavisAJ Davis says: 379 comments
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    1850 Italianate, classical
    New Haven, CT

    The white mantel looks like it could be significantly pre-1883, as do the Italianate-like windows (paired windows that are much higher than they are wide). But they certainly don’t preclude an 1883 construction date, given how slowly styles tended to change in rural areas of America. The newel post certainly looks 1883. There’s always a possibility that the projecting front was an add-on to a somewhat earlier house and that the newel post was added at that time. I always look for the oldest-looking thing in a house to help determine the earliest possible date, but that doessn’t mean it is the earliest possible date since old materials could have been recycled or simply stayed in use even after the height of their fashion had passed in urban areas.

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