I love the creek! There are also apple trees on the property! The home was built in 1850. It is located on seven acres in Troutdale, Virginia in the Blue Ridge Mountains. The house definitely needs some work, but it could be a great vacation spot! The home features a covered front porch, large back deck, some hardwood floors and some wood walls. Emptying the house out would really help to see what is there to work with. Three bedrooms, one bathroom and 1,430 square feet. $150,000

Contact Mitchell Cornett with Collins and Associates Realty: 276-768-6818

From the Zillow listing:

Take a step back in time with this historic 1850s farmhouse sitting on 7+/- usable acres. The seller states that this is the oldest framed structure in Grayson County. This one of a kind property offers seclusion and would be a great weekend getaway or airbnb! The acreage is a mixture of open grassland and mature white pine, walnut, and apple trees. The property is fenced, has a bold stream, and would make a great mini farm or horse property as it is located a short ride to Jefferson National Forest. Wildlife is abundant in the area and includes whitetail deer, turkey, black bear, and much more! Don’t miss your chance to own a truly historic property in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia!

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