c. 1900 Folk Victorian – Hiltons, VA – $89,000

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Added to OHD on 4/10/19   -   Last OHD Update: 4/10/19   -   27 Comments
1130 Shoals Ln, Hiltons, VA 24258
  • $89,000
  • 3 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • 1522 Sq Ft
  • 3 Ac.
Looking for a weekend get-a-way to fish? This property is a fisherman's paradise! Leave the tent at home because the old farm house situated on 3 acres that fronts the river, is ready and equipped to take care of you and your friends! With Beautiful views of the mountains and river you will not want to go home! There is a propane tank provided by Marsh propane that provides heat to one heater on main level. Appalachian Power has the electric and Scott county telephone co-op has the cable and internet. There are two screened in porches and an additional barn/building that is also included! Take a look at this property you'll be glad you did! This property is located in a flood zone. The current septic meets the requirements for a one bedroom home. All information to be verified by buyer/buyers agent.
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27 Comments on c. 1900 Folk Victorian – Hiltons, VA – $89,000

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  1. SharonSharon says: 387 comments
    OHD Supporter

    Sedalia, MO

    Love this. I’d leave it just as it is–outside and in. Preserve the exterior clapboards (no paint), do some meager landscaping, examine the roof, and rethink the kitchen floor– and that’s about it. The upstairs linoleum is a nice feature. What a great canvas for primitive antiques. And what a setting.

  2. AvatarJoe E says: 5 comments

    Love the old photos on the stairs. And the stream is super awesome!

  3. AvatarNathan says: 40 comments

    Oh my god. I usually find myself searching for extravagamt victoriana on this site, fkr stained glass, ornate millwork and grand staircases amd turrets. But every now and then i find a house on here that just appeals to the romanticist in me. This house to me looks like home. Its so friggin charming i could puke. I wouldnt change a thing, everything is perfect in its own weird little way.

  4. AvatarFanshaweGirl says: 360 comments

    What a great get away spot!
    I too would do the minimum required to keep it in useable shape, no fancy wallpaper needed here.

  5. AvatarBethany otto says: 2576 comments
    OHD Supporter

    Escondido, CA

    What a neat place. My favorite is the green room with the simple iron bedsteads. It looks just like my childhood room at my Nana’s beach cottage.

  6. AvatarCynthia Dillon Payne says: 11 comments

    I love the old stove and sink in the kitchen! Not sure the electrical meets code. I hope someone with money loves this house as much as we do.

  7. AvatarDmills says: 30 comments

    Reminds me of our summer cabin in VT.

  8. AvatarHeatherM says: 20 comments

    OOOOooooooooooo, LOVE THIS! Would love to see all of the old photos in the stairwell. Wonder if they are old photos of the place. Makes me sad if this was one family’s fish camp for many years and now being sold. And I’ll take all the wicker!!

  9. SueSue says: 283 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1802 Cape

    Besides needing a new septic system to upgrade to more than one bedroom and being in a flood zone I still love it. What a glorious spot.

  10. AvatarKristine DeKany says: 13 comments

    I am so in love with this place as is! I could see us fishing and I love the little single lane road in. This is pure heaven and living the good life!

  11. BethsterBethster says: 780 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1927 Spanish
    NY (house is in VA), NY

    Beautiful setting, charming house, but “This property is located in a flood zone” would seriously deter me.

  12. Avatarbill whitman says: 243 comments

    Paradise – love it all. I live in an old hippy house more primitive than this. this is such a time capsule it should be left just the way it is. I like the shed with the moss roof. that might need a little help but it just looks so homey. the stream and hills and the history art gallery on the stairs.

  13. CoraCora says: 1864 comments
    OHD Supporter & Moderator

    Clinton, TN

    If walls could talk.

    What happy memories this old farm must hold.

  14. AvatarSusan LaDuke says: 14 comments

    This is the exact replica of my grandparents house on the Canadian border. Everything is similar- the only thing missing is the coal furnace. Even the 2 iron beds are the same. Truly evokes memories.

  15. AvatarAmelia says: 27 comments

    I was thinking at one time someone really cared for this place and someone must have passed on so it got to much for the remaining one. I can see grandparents welcoming grandkids to come and visit or stay for summer vacations. I hope that whoever purchases it can also see the love that must have been here at one time.

  16. AvatarScott says: 6 comments

    Does that look like an old capped off well in photo 6?

  17. AvatarDavid Sweet says: 213 comments

    What a hidden gem! I love it, and wouldn’t change a thing; not even the dangling single light bulbs!

  18. AvatarJosephine says: 2 comments

    Wonderful home… has a very good feeling about it.

  19. RosewaterRosewater says: 4410 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1875 Italianate cottage
    Noblesville, IN

    Jeez. That’s really special. Hope it gets to keep on keeping on as is. Wouldn’t touch hardly a thing is the right way to go with it. Great stove! I’ve a feeling this has been some families’ summer camp for a VERY long time. What fun!

  20. AvatarMichael Clegg says: 2 comments

    I wonder when a flood last reached and/or affected the house, seeing that all seems intact and that it has been there forever..

  21. Avatartim hildebrandt says: 41 comments

    I thought of the flood too, especially with all that stuff stacked on top of tables and beds.

  22. JimHJimH says: 4105 comments
    OHD Supporter

    I couldn’t find this on the map without looking up the county records. It’s labeled Tilly Cabin on Google Maps. The owner’s property is much larger and includes the farm next door.

    I might clean the moss off the roof and stain the house, or maybe just watch the river flow with a flask of Jack.

  23. AvatarViaTheWiki says: 1 comments

    Don’t eat the fish you catch here : “Due to mercury contamination, fish caught in the North Fork of the Holston below Saltville, Virginia must not be consumed.”

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