c. 1840 – South Hill, VA – $199,000

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Added to OHD on 1/24/20   -   Last OHD Update: 9/30/20   -   3 Comments
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1840 Boxwood Rd, South Hill, VA 23970

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  • $199,000
  • 3 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 2624 Sq Ft
  • 2.5 Ac.
1840's farm house ready to be remodeled. Farm house is located at the end of Boxwood road in South Hill Va close to HWY 58 by-pass. Take a step back in time as you soak in the views of rolling farm land, 200+ year old Oak Trees and original grist mill. Once inside the house take a look at those original wood floors, Wood Burning fireplaces throughout, and great history that you just can't get anywhere. Its easy to be reminded of a simpler time while sitting on the front porch looking up the long private driveway. Limitless potential here with spot on location! This could be your forever home you've been looking for or a great place to make into an event location. Motivated seller! More Acreage is also available.
Contact Information
Rebecca Bulluck, EXIT Town & Lake Realty
(434) 689-2766
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3 Comments on c. 1840 – South Hill, VA – $199,000

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  1. leighlevleighlev says: 82 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1905 victorian vernacular
    Stone Mountain, GA

    Needs some work, but seems like a great place.

  2. karriekarrie says: 222 comments
    Albuquerque, NM

    ready to be remodeled? I say restore this once upon a time beauty. Wish I had the funds and know how to do just that. This house has so much potential and it should reflect it’s history.

  3. ebluhmebluhm says: 47 comments

    Question on photo #16 (right after the first bathroom picture). This upstairs landing is adjacent to a very low handrailing. We also have a low handrailing in an (1870s?) Eastern Shore of MD house. Is this the norm? Was it customary to have some sort of furniture right up against the railing, to make it safer so people wouldn’t topple over?

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