1 mile close to an area suitable for camping, swimming and fishing, this wonderful cabin is situated in Ferrum, Virginia. More precisely it’s near Floyd, Ferrum, Bassett, and Stuart settled in the Blue Ridge Mountains. So, you can imagine that it is surrounded by the beauty of mother nature (fields, ponds and mountains).
Originally constructed in 1865 by a soldier of the Confederacy during the American Civil War, it has a land area of about 1 acre. It costs $225,000 which might be expensive for someone, but surely is worth it.
Composed with 2 bedrooms in the upper area and commodious living room with fireplace in the lower level of the cabin, this property is a must have. The bathroom has a laundry area which is perfectly fitted with the rustic style of the cabin. It’s available to be rented with furniture.
As part of the cabin there is a nice front porch and vast lawn screened off with a fence. Just sit on the red porch chair and enjoy.
Tremendous weekend escape!