residential property details

1892 Turnpike 672 Rd, Lexington Va 24450
  • $469,000
  • MLS #:132897


Square Ft:
  • 3,515 finished
  • 374.00 unfinished
Neighborhood:
  • None

Property Type: residential
Area: Rockbridge
Year Built: 1775
Water View: Creek/Stream,Spring
Design: Farm House, Historical
Exterior: Vinyl,Wood
Roof: Metal
Fence: Barbed Wire,Perimeter,Wood,Woven
Exterior Features: Barn, Garden Space, Paved Driveway, Porch, Spring House, Storage Shed
Land Description: Open, Rolling
Interior Features: Book Shelves, Storage
Garage: None
Utilities: Electric
Cooling: No Cooling System
Heating: Baseboard Electric, Liquid Propane, Wood Stove
Water: Well
Sewer: Existing Septic
Floors: Carpet, Wood
Basement: Cellar, Interior Access
Fireplace Type: 3 or More, Gas, Stone, Wood Stove
Appliances: As Is, Dishwasher, Dryer, Electric Range, Refrigerator, Washer
Features: Creek Frontage, Fireplace, Horses Permitted, Paved Driveway, Porch-Front, Porch-Open, Shed, Storm Windows-F
Annual Taxes: 1676.00
Tax Year: 0
Farm features: Barn(s), Garden Shed, Spring House, Stable
Directions: From Lexington take Route 60 West to left on Beatty Hollow. Follow Turnpike Road 5.2 miles to home on the right. Approximately 15 minutes to Lexington.
Crop Acres: 0.00
Pasture Acres: 0.00
Tillable Acres: 0.00
Wooded Acres: 0.00
First Floor Master Bedroom: No
Assessed Value: 0.00
Attic: Drop Stair, Unfinished
Buildings: Barn(s), Garden Shed, Spring House, Stable
Conservation Easement: No
Current Use: Cattle, Grazing, Horses, Residential
Deed Book: 536/448
Easements: Power
Elementary School: Central
Middle School: Maury River
High School: Rockbridge Co
Fireplace Location: Dining Room, Living Room, Master Bedroom
Guest House: No
Historic: Yes
Plat: Yes
POA: No
Road Maintenance Agreement: No
Road Frontage: Paved Road, State Road
Rooms: 9
Subdivision? No
Tax Map #: 72-A-59B
Tax Rate: .70
Type of Construction: Stick Built
Zoning: Agricultural
Lot #: No
Rental Type: No
Water Heater: Electric
Overlooking Sugar Creek with surrounding land protected by conservation easements, this circa 1775 frame farm house on 4.15 acres has designations on the National and Virginia Historic Registries. Featuring nine rooms, seven stone fireplaces, front and rear staircases, refinished heart pine flooring and limestone foundation, the house is ready to be moved into, with new appliances, renovated bathrooms and fresh paint. Outbuildings include a stone spring house and a notched and pegged 1870 frame stable. So many possibilities here: access to the conserved land, additional land and barns that could be purchased, possible owner financing and Historic Rehab tax credits available.

Updated: 5/21/18
Courtesy of
James River Realty - Lexington