1901 – Staunton, VA – $495,000

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Added to OHD on 2/6/19   -   Last OHD Update: 2/6/19   -   17 Comments
784 S Braeburn Place, Staunton, VA 24401

Map: Aerial

Price

$495,000

Beds

6

Baths

4

SqFt

4657

Acres

9.11

Braeburn , a Scottish term for a hillside along a river, sits majestically on 9.1 acres in the City of Staunton. A T.J. Collins and Sons design, Braeburn was built in 1901 with only two owners in the last 118 years. All brick, with romantic wrap around porches, Braeburn features 10 foot ceilings and tiger oak floors throughout. First and second floor master bedrooms with en suite baths. Eight fireplaces. Detached two car Carriage house. Many original details such as a telephone room, original doors and transoms and original light fixtures. Deep baseboards and crown moldings. Potential for 4 buildable lots on the 9.1 acre property. In-law suite with separate entrance. Please watch video to understand Braeburn potential!
Contact Details
Dreama Anderson, 1st Choice Real Estate
(540) 886-0145
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17 Comments on 1901 – Staunton, VA – $495,000

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  1. Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 9652 comments
    Admin

    1901 Folk Victorian
    Chestatee, GA

    I linked to the video up top under Links section.

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  2. Jeff says: 27 comments

    WOW!

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  3. Joe says: 577 comments

    Another fabulous sink alert in the seventh to last picture! See it, Ross?

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  4. Eric says: 264 comments

    I love that servant’s bell with the directional pointer for which room requires service. Those were the days.

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  5. Handymam says: 47 comments

    This would make a fantastic bed and breakfast site. If only I were 20 years younger. And rich enough to buy this.

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  6. Nicki says: 2 comments

    This area is historical, I have lived here all my life and If you like the old historical homes Staunton is a great place to be… not to grown up and tons of little shops downtown.

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  7. Rose M. Kotalik says: 82 comments

    How long do you think it would take to strip off that white paint? LOL The kitchen is unique, looks like an enlarged butler pantry because it is so long and narrow. The drive to the front puts to mind, a grand party and having all the guests driving up that long drive to the welcoming steps to the front entrance.

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    • David Sweet says: 117 comments

      About the white paint: It usually takes approximately 8 months to a year per room to strip the paint and restore the woodwork correctly when it is fairly flat and simple like this house. If this were an ornate mid century victorian, double that for a 15×16 room.

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      • BethsterBethster says: 752 comments
        OHD Supporter

        1927 Spanish
        NY (house is in VA), NY

        So you just need to hire a team of 25 people working on it to get it done in less than a year. Sounds totally doable!

  8. LadyTexas says: 119 comments
    OHD Supporter

    Like!

  9. LISA WELCHLISA WELCH says: 31 comments

    I found another new favorite.

  10. Kathryn Evans says: 25 comments

    I not only felt content with the inner house but the 9+ acres are amazing too. What a special place to grow up in. I wish I had this as my family home.

  11. Julie says: 49 comments

    I have to disagree that it takes that long to strip the woodwork in room . If the room is not overly large like 20 x 20. I can get it done in a weekend provided there isn’t 20 coats.

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  12. Cate says: 112 comments
    OHD Supporter

    Milwaukee, WI

    Oh gosh darn, Kelly! Another gorgeous home for me to consider. Of course I’d have to win the lottery first of all.

  13. Elizabeth Hiles says: 6 comments

    It looks like someone went a bit nuts removing doors from many cabinets and built-ins throughout the house, perhaps in a misguided attempt at “updating.” Hopefully they are still stored somewhere on the property.

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  14. Gregory K. Hubbard says: 324 comments

    The dark gasoliers are mid-Victorian in age, and rather rare. Just a few of the treasures preserved here.

  15. Larry Hart says: 1 comments

    I can’t begin to tell you how much I love this house. It’s very similar to the house I grew up in. Majestic!

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