Evermore! Circa 1870's with modern amenities. Property is featured in a luxury homes publication. Spectacular property encompasses 31 plus acres in the Shenandoah Valley. The large home, built in a traditional European style by one of the founding families of the county, has walls 12 to 16 inches thick constructed of concrete filled with stones from the river. Exquisite woodwork throughout the home is comprised of American chestnut, heart pine, walnut, and knotty pine. The eat-in kitchen has been upgraded with high end SS appliances, granite countertops, a chef inspired center island, and leads out to the porch. The master suite has a walk in cedar closet and hardwood flooring, with views of the blue ridge and river which can be enjoyed from the balcony patio or separate sitting room. The formal dining room has original built in cabinets and hardwood floors. The library and formal living room have stone fireplaces, hardwood floors, and lead out to the beautiful back porch. The family room has custom slate floors and a wood burning stove, and grand bay windows providing views of the Shenandoah River. All rooms, including the bedrooms, are quite substantial in size. On the side of the home facing the Massanutten mountains is a 10 by 54 ft covered and screened in porch. The outbuildings include a 3 car garage with an attached run-in for horses, a heated self-filling water trough, and a paddock for riding. The original summer kitchen with its massive restored limestone fireplace has been converted into an office and guest quarters with a large loft bedroom and full bath. An enormous Valley Bank barn is a showstopper. The three level barn houses a family room, full kitchen with fireplace and large dining area, 3 bedrooms, and 2 baths. The recreation room has a 30-foot high stone fireplace, basketball court, pool table, ping pong table, an antique piano, and a performance stage. There is a 66 ft porch overlooking the Shenandoah River with a hot tub. The lower level houses canoes, kayaks, and inner tubes for use on the private deck and pier. The lower area also has a ginormous un-utilized space which can be used for a variety of uses. Open acres, formerly pasture for horses, are now cut for hay as a source of income. Great opportunity for an adventurous soul. There are two additional buildable waterfront sites. Homes can also be built on the acres of pastures. Nearby tourist attractions include Shenandoah National Park, countless numbers of hiking trails to include a large portion of the Appalachian Trail, Famous Luray Caverns, numerous other caverns, Civil War battlefield sites, Massanutten Resort, many antique dealers, several golf courses, and businesses geared towards family oriented vacations and for those seeking adventure.In total, there are 8 bedrooms, 6 full baths, and two half baths. The main residence has 4 bedrooms, 3 full bathrooms, and 1 half bath.
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Stable Population, High Residential Turnover