residential property details

321 S Main St, Lexington Va 24450
  • $849,000
  • MLS #:132989


Square Ft:
  • 3,222 finished
  • 0.00 unfinished
Neighborhood:
  • None

Property Type: residential
Area: Lexington
Year Built: 1875
Design: Colonial/Federal, Historical
Roof: Metal
Fence: Wood
Exterior Features: Garden Space, Patio
Land Description: Level, Views
Garage: None
Utilities: Cable, Electric, Gas, High Speed Internet, Public Sewer, Public Water, Underground
Cooling: Central Cooling
Heating: Gas, Heat Pump(s), Zoned Heat
Water: Public Water
Sewer: Public Sewer
Floors: Wood
Fireplace Type: 3 or More
Appliances: Dishwasher, Disposal, Dryer, Gas Range, Refrigerator, Washer
Features: Fireplace, Patio-Brick, Patio-Side
Full Bath Features: Guest Bath
Annual Taxes: 5646.00
Tax Year: 0
Directions: 321 South Main Street is across the street from the Stonewall Jackson cemetery
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
Conservation Easement: No
Covenants: No Commercial Act
Current Use: Investment, Residential
Deed Book: 383/306
Easements: Power,Sewer,Water
Elementary School: Waddell
Middle School: Lylburn Downing
High School: Rockbridge Co
Farm Equipment: None
Fireplace Location: Living Room, Master Bedroom
Historic: Yes
Plat: No
POA: No
Road Maintenance Agreement: No
Road Frontage: City Street, Paved Road
Rooms: 8
Subdivision? No
Tax Map #: 231145
Tax Rate: 1.11
Type of Construction: Solid Brick
Zoning: Residential
Lot #: No
Rental Type: No
In 2013-2014 one of the most historic renovations in downtown Lexington was made to the ''J.T. McCrum'' house, circa 1870. A preservationist's dream home with it's 19th century doorbells & door locks, chandeliers, original heart-of-pine doors and flooring and Rumford fireplaces. Spacious and light-filled with 6 1/2 ft. windows and 10 ft. ceilings. 2 front parlors, formal dining room and a gourmet kitchen. Master suite plus 2 large guest rooms. Two state-of-the-art full baths plus a powder room. Another highlight is the Wine Cellar with it's 24'' thick stone walls holding a approx. 55 degree temperature year round. A conversational brass top and brass railing tasting table will pass on to a new owner.17 page history of the house and it's restoration story to be mailed on request.

Updated: 10/17/19
Status: Active
Courtesy of
Long & Foster - Staunton

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