residential property details

74 Furrs Mill Road, Lexington Va 24450
  • $219,900
  • MLS #:134379


Square Ft:
  • 2,897 finished
  • 100.00 unfinished
Neighborhood:
  • None

Property Type: residential
Area: Rockbridge
Year Built: 1835
Water View: River Frontage
Design: Historical
Roof: Metal
Exterior Features: Covered Porch, Screened Porch
Interior Features: Attic Fan, Book Shelves, Ceiling Fan, Workshop
Garage: Carport, Double
Cooling: Central Cooling
Heating: Forced Air, Liquid Propane
Water: Public Water
Sewer: Public Sewer
Floors: Wood
Basement: Partially Finished, Walkout
Fireplace Type: 2
Appliances: Dishwasher, Oven, Refrigerator
Features: Ceiling Fan(s), Fireplace, Porch-Front, Porch-Screened, Porch-Two Story, River Frontage, Workshop
Annual Taxes: 2243.29
Tax Year: 0
Directions: From RT 11 at the Veterans Memorial Bridge Over the Maury River, turn down Furrs Mill Road. Drive 1/10th mile, See HOME REALTY sign on the right.
Crop Acres: 0.00
Pasture Acres: 0.00
Tillable Acres: 0.00
Wooded Acres: 0.00
First Floor Master Bedroom: No
Assessed Value: 307300.00
Attic: Floored, Staircase, Storage
Conservation Easement: No
Covenants: No Deed Restrictions
Current Use: Residential
Deed Book: 190001795
Easements: Right of Way
Elementary School: Central
Middle School: Maury River
High School: Rockbridge Co
Fireplace Location: Den
Historic: Yes
Land Use: No
Plat: Yes
POA: No
Road Maintenance Agreement: No
Road Frontage: Paved Road, State Road
Rooms: 9
Subdivision? No
Tax Map #: 61A1 4 1 & 61A1 A 28
Tax Rate: .73
Type of Construction: Stick Built
Zoning: Residential
Lot #: No
Rental Type: No
Tankersley Tavern is a Virginia Historic Landmark building located near Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia. It was built in three sections with the oldest dated to about 1835. It is a two-story, nine-bay, single pile, frame building with an exposed basement and a decorative two-level gallery on the front facade. It was originally built as a toll house (toll gate) at the county end of the bridge crossing the Maury River from the Valley Turnpike into Lexington. It later housed a tavern, canal ticket office, general store, post office, and dwelling.Home includes original Tavern Room with Fireplace, Three Bedrooms, Two Full Baths, Living Room,. Modern Kitchen, Den with Fireplace, and a Office that could be a Fourth Bedroom. Updates include Modern 200 Amp Electrical Service, Gas Heat and

Updated: 1/24/20
Status: Active
Courtesy of
Home Realty Buena Vista

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