c. 1850 Log – Churchville, VA – $249,500

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Added to OHD on 4/4/19   -   Last OHD Update: 4/4/19   -   12 Comments
257 Silver Mine Rd, Churchville, VA 24421

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  • $249,500
  • 3 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • 1412 Sq Ft
  • 26.5 Ac.
Circa 1850 log cabin on 26 acres that adjoin George Washington National Forest at 3 points. Cabin includes living area, spacious kitchen, full bath, screened porch on main level and 3 bedrooms on 2nd level with sleeping loft above. Updates include heat pump with central A/C and replacement windows throughout. In addition to a 1 acre pond, the headwaters of Whiskey Creek flow through the property. A large level yard around the cabin provides ample area for volleyball, touch football, etc. This is a special property that provides potential for a full time residence, hunting club, family camp and endless other possibilities. A rare opportunity to purchase an 1800s log cabin in this condition with these features.
Contact Information
Charlie Bishop Jr, Premier Properties
(540) 885-6708
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12 Comments on c. 1850 Log – Churchville, VA – $249,500

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  1. AvatarStacy says: 148 comments

    Now THIS I could call home & be perfectly happy outside!! I love these old log homes & I love that this one is not so decorated, simple & comfortable! If I could buy tomorrow, pack up & move, I totally would!! One of my very faves!!

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  2. Avatarjewlsseven says: 76 comments

    I literally can’t breathe!!!!! This is what I have dreamed about my whole life!! The land is beautiful, the cabin is amazing, and the view is to die for! Wow! Now just need the winning lottery numbers and I’m all set!

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  3. AvatarStacy says: 148 comments

    Karen do you know the history of this home & the land? It’s my favorite part!

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  4. Avatarpeeweebc says: 825 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1885 Italianate.
    MI

    OMG! This was posted for us old log cabin lovers for sure!!!!! OMG
    What do you think the plywood is covering, ? L.O.V.E.

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  5. AvatarLaurel Knapp says: 5 comments

    Hi all! I just bought a 1944 Pocono (PA) log cabin & we are beginning to refurbish it. Itis a mess & we need HELP! Anyone know of any books or website (or experienced log home rehabber!)? Please send me info..thx!
    Camarulu93@gmail.com

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  6. Avatarabevy says: 368 comments

    Love cabins. Nice pictures .

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  7. AvatarKIF says: 26 comments

    Wow, what a precious place. Want.

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  8. AvatarMystic says: 44 comments
    Huntley, IL

    Cute home and what a beautiful piece of property!!!

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  9. AvatarCeylaClaire says: 160 comments

    IDYLLIC!

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  10. AvatarHappaw says: 7 comments
    Big Beaver, PA

    Posts like this are why I follow this page. Thank you so much for sharing this. The land is important to me and this one is perfectly situated on a great parcel. I would prefer something that could utilize my skills in restoration but I could make due here and still find enough projects to keep me busy. The small cabin looks like a good starting project here. I would explore the use of contemporary material and what it is accomplishing in the overall scheme. Then I would analyze what reclaimed material I could use to replace the newer. I’m not criticizing the accomplishments that have been installed I would just like to keep the true log cabin feel when it is possible. Thanks again for the post of this property.

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  11. AvatarShari1013 says: 2 comments

    Is there somewhere to get some history of this cabin?

  12. JimHJimH says: 4105 comments
    OHD Supporter

    The pond was man-made within the last 50 years, probably about the same time the cabin was modernized. The property is perfect for what it is, an old cabin on a lovely forested tract with systems to make living with nature comfortable. It’s not terribly remote either, a good thing for most folks.

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