residential property details

568 Hops Hill 679 Rd, Glasgow Va 24555
  • $865,000
  • MLS #:132771


Square Ft:
  • 2,508 finished
  • 627.00 unfinished
Neighborhood:
  • None

Property Type: residential
Area: Rockbridge
Year Built: 1790
Design: Colonial/Federal, Historical
Roof: Metal
Fence: Cross,Wood
Exterior Features: Barn, Deck, Guest Quarters, Patio, Storage Shed, Sunrise View
Land Description: Open, Pasture, Rolling, Secluded, Views, Woods
Garage: None
Utilities: Electric
Cooling: No Cooling System
Heating: Baseboard Electric, Forced Air, Heated Floor, Liquid Propane, Wood Stove
Water: Well
Sewer: Existing Septic
Floors: Tile, Wood
Basement: Interior Access, Unfinished
Fireplace Type: 3 or More
Appliances: As Is, Central Vac, Dishwasher, Dryer, Electric Range, Refrigerator, Washer, Wood Stove
Features: Deck-Rear, Fireplace, Guest Quarters, View - Mountains
Annual Taxes: 3683.40
Tax Year: 0
Farm features: Barn(s), Equipment Shed, Horse Barn
Directions: South on Rt. 11 from Lexington to left onto Hops Hill, continue to driveway on right.
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: Unfinished
Buildings: Barn(s), Equipment Shed, Horse Barn
Conservation Easement: No
Covenants: No Deed Restrictions, No Restrict Covenant
Current Use: Grazing, Horses, Residential
Deed Book: 140000863
Easements: Power,Unknown
Elementary School: Central
Middle School: Maury River
High School: Rockbridge Co
Fireplace Location: Basement, Living Room, Master Bedroom
Guest House: Yes
Guest House SQFT: 436.00
Guest House Bedrooms: 1.00
Guest House Baths: 1.00
Historic: Yes
Land Use: No
Plat: Yes
POA: No
Road Maintenance Agreement: No
Road Frontage: State Road
Rooms: 13
Subdivision? No
Tax Map #: 98-A-15
Tax Rate: .70
Type of Construction: Brick
Zoning: Agricultural
Lot #: No
Rental Type: No
Situated just south of Lexington, VA, 57 acres of Birnam Farm is a serene private setting, a terrain of gently rolling pastures and woods, with the majestic Blue Ridge Mountains as its backdrop. In addition to the eightieth century valley home, circa 1790-1810, are several dependencies, guest house, office, large barn, stable. Board fenced paddocks, run-ins and approximately 100x200 ring suits equestrian activities. The home of 2500 sq. ft. is in the midst of Rockridge Hunt country, offers horizontal wainscoting, lovely mantles, heart pine floors, three bedrooms, double parlors and a fabulous English Basement waiting for restoration!

Updated: 11/04/19
Status: Pending
Courtesy of
Long & Foster - Staunton

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