In this article, we are going to explore a true restorer’s dream structure. Built somewhere around the 1850s, in Lexington, Virginia, lies a traditional gem house with the potential to become something mesmerizing!
The valley farmhouse, known by locals as one of the oldest structures in the area, packs 3-4 bedrooms, a living room, and a kitchen. It’s quite spacious which means that this fixer-upper has the potential for housing a larger number of people with the option of turning all those extra rooms into guest rooms.
The design of the house is traditional and conforms to the standards of the time it was built, featuring a covered front porch, hardwood floors, a bead board, staircase, and the best view ever – the grandiose Virginia Mountains, that can be enjoyed from every window on the house.
The area occupies a total of 1,534 square feet and the starting price for this high potential fixer-upper starts at a reasonable price of $69,000. The exact location of the house is just outside Historic Lexington, along the Blue Grass Trail and near the trout waters of Buffalo Creek.