Enter the magical world of an era gone by as you walk through magnificently carved wood doors and instantly Fall in love. The beauty of the architecture and the craftsmanship of the woodwork speak for themselves. So much beauty..so much space..so much potential! The cottage is an attached yet separate living space with full bath, roughed in kitchen, and separate entrance that could provide immediate rental income.
Inspired by Colonial Revival architecture, this historic home features ornamental moldings and decorative crown pediments, all original hardwood floors, symmetrical windows flanking the front entrance, a columned porch and original stained art glass throughout the house. A masterpiece of architecture throughtout. Recent improvements include: Central A/C, new roof (2018). Just a short walk to the Farmer’s Market, Decker’s Creek Trail, WVU downtown campus, shops and restaurants.
The Prather House, designed by architect Frank W. Gibb in 1890, is a spectacular historic home in downtown Little Rock’s Quapaw Quarter. Meticulously maintained, this gracious home has character and charm, but updated amenities as well. Three spacious bedrooms, two and a half baths, amazing woodwork throughout, 11 foot ceilings, light filled sunroom off of kitchen overlooking landscaped sideyard. Three covered outdoor porches, PLUS two car garage with upstairs apartment with additional BR and BA! A true gem.
Valhalla is a late 18th century brick house originally owned by Abraham Beydler, and more recently by Katie Couric and her late husband Jay Monahan as a country retreat. The current owners have sought to maintain the original characteristics and extensive restoration of the home. The just under 10 acres offer a picturesque setting of rolling pasture, river frontage, pool, and spectacular views in a serene environment. The home features one of the most elaborate mantles in the area. 4 bedrooms total with separate guest house and art studio. A continuously occupied, National Register of Historic Places plantation home. Centrally located to access both Edinburg and Woodstock, antique shops, and Bryce and Massanutten Resorts.
HISTORIC Plantation era home on 23 Acres in Clarksville On The Lake- the only town fronting on Kerr Lake. Over 4000 Sq Ft of history dating back to the 1830’s. This was once the Sunnyside School for Girls, & most recently a restaurant. Think outside the box on all this Lakeside Town has: Bed & Breakfast, Beer or Wine venue, Catering-Wedding venue, BBQ place…Bring your good ideas & invest in yourself & Kerr Lake Region. We are a “spark” community w/ Microsoft. The Area is ripe for growth!
BEAUTIFULLY, restored, one of a kind vintage home. Take a step back in time w/an 1897 patented monarch fireplace, claw foot tub, retro faucets & light fixtures , 10′ ceilings, wide trims and baseboards, gorgeous dark wood built in cabinets/drawers, & lustrous original wood floors. Bay windows in dining room & master bedroom provides abundant natural light & seating area. Front door in foyer was from the Pearson Auditorium. This home was approximately built in 1907 & is listed on the historic register.
Like so many homes in the Old West End, the building at 226 Jefferson Avenue was created as a single-family rental or spec house. It appears on the Sanborn insurance maps in 1899 but may have been constructed slightly earlier. Census data and City Directories suggest that it was converted to up-and-down apartments before 1920 with a rear extension made at that time. Substantial changes were made for a third-floor apartment added around 1927, extending the façade forward, altering the roofline, and adding dormers.
This immaculate victorian style home was originally built in 1885 by J.W. Stribling, rumored to have replaced a home that had burned down in 1880, his descendants lived in the home for nearly 100 years. This was the only house on this block until 1900. Victorian details of the exterior include turned columns, steep roof gables, wide wrap-around porch, heavy interior casings and ornate mill work. Inside the home you have seven fireplaces, 10 to 12 ft ceilings, heart pine flooring, 8 ft doorways, ornate moldings and stairways, ornately crafted mill work and fretwork, pocket doors and ornate hardware.
Welcome to the Porter-Chiles House! A unique opportunity to own a designated Historic Local Landmark that once functioned as the Maples Hotel. This beautifully restored 3-story Second Empire Home boasts custom walnut cabinets and granite counters. You will love the rich built-ins the library offers. Relax in the jetted claw foot tub on the 2nd floor. Enjoy the character of a historic home with modern conveniences such as 2nd floor laundry, updated baths, new zoned HVAC and a new roof in this smart-home ready house!