This attractive contemporary ranch with over 3200 sq ft is roomy indoors and out! Large park like setting backyard with woods, fruit trees, grapevine, blueberries, small seasonal stream, and a fort for the kids, all surrounded by privacy fencing on .65/acre. Inside you have great room with cathedral ceiling, adjacent dining area and kitchen with lots of cabinetry and deep pantry. Master suite with double closets and full bath including jacuzzi tub and shower, two additional bedrooms (all newly carpeted) & full bath all on main level. The spacious lower level family room has built desk for in home office, closets for storage, full bath and optional 4th bedroom (no egress window). Walk out basement and patio to enjoy the sounds of nature. Oversized garage with room for storage, paved drive, and beautifully landscaped front yard. Welcome to your new neighborhood and home!
Shenandoah County, Maurertown, Va. 1248 Sq. Ft. Charming rustic log home on 8+/ acres ready for horses. Property is fenced with a run in shed, fresh pond, The yard is fenced so it's perfect for pets and kids to run and play. Gorgeous views of the mountains. The house has vaulted ceilings, exposed beams, 2 closed in porches. The House does need some updating but with a little TLC this could be the perfect little country home. The property is improved by a 4 car garage with ample lighting!Live, Work and Play and never leave home.The home is perfect for the mechanic, woodworker or the artisan in the family.So if your looking to own a little peace of heaven to connect with nature that is quiet and tranquil then this little country getaway may just be what your looking for.
Welcome to this charming Cape Cod in Shenandoah County! This home features a bright interior with hardwood flooring, stainless steel appliances in the kitchen with a breakfast nook, separate formal dining room, and living room equipped with a cozy fireplace. Relax on the covered front porch on warm afternoons, or enjoy the sun porch during cold weather days. Convenient first floor master with full bath and additional bedrooms located upstairs with full bath with jetted soaking tub. Full cellar style basement features plenty of storage options. Schedule your showing today!
Great commuter location in quiet community. 4 Bedroom 3 Bath Split Foyer - Several rooms have fresh paint! Nice Deck, great level lot. Nicely landscaped. Hardwired Internet. One year old Roof. Nest Home System. Gas Fireplace/tank owned by Holtzman - buyer to credit Seller remaining fuel at closing. Artificial Grass Zen Garden with Drainage. Hot Water Heater new in 2017. Replacement windows in '06. Bamboo flooring. Movable kitchen Island. Under Deck Storage w/electric. Separate Storage Shed. Downstairs family room w/desk that conveys. Elfa Shelving in all closets and kitchen pantry. Newer DW & Stove. The most amazing weeping willow tree in the back yard!
own a new home in 2020! large split foyer with open floor plan! Large spacious great room for easy living and flowing hardwood floors! Open kitchen with island, dining room with sliding doors! 2 car garage, unfinished basement with rough in for 3rd bath. Vaulted ceiling, large master bedroom with double vanity. Great commuter location in newer subdivision. Backs to woods - great lot with mountain views! Hurry to pick your colors! not in gps new road Construction has not started yet - photos are similar
Welcome to The Windel House - The stately 1773-built home that's rich with history and with many stories to tell. Home Details & History Notes from the Seller: The Palatinate (Pfalz) is a state in southwestern Germany. Its from this region that Georg Windel immigrated to the American colonies in the late 18th Century. In 1772 he received a land grant from Thomas, 3rd Lord Fairfax, to settle on 141 acres of land in a place called Maurertown in the northern Shenandoah Valley. Its here that Mr. Windel built a log cabin with an adjacent carriage house which serviced mounts and carriages on the Old Valley Pike (todays Route 11) in 1773. Maurertown (Maurer is German for mason) was founded by German freemasons who were among the first European settlers in the Shenandoah Valley. The Valley had not been open to English settlers until the 1750s because of a Royal decree prohibiting settlement west of the Blue Ridge mountains. The crown was unwilling to pay for defense and stationing of troops on the then-frontier. Germans (and many Scotch-Irish) streamed into the Valley because it reminded them of home, and the rich soil fed by limestone bedrock presented fertile farming land. By 1770, 76% of the northern Shenandoah Valley was populated by Germans. The neighboring town of Woodstock was originally named Mullerstadt, but after its incorporation in 1752 was named Woodstock by George Washington who served in the House of Burgesses in Winchester 20 miles to the north. Washington was a frequent visitor to the region because of his friendship with Peter Muhlenberg, the local Presbyterian minister whose glebe house was located a half mile from the Windel House. Washington and Muhlenberg would frequently hunt and fish together and some anecdotal evidence suggests Washington may have been a guest at the Windel House owing not only to proximity but also the fact that all of these men were freemasons. When the American Revolution broke out, Muhlenberg was asked to raise a regiment comprised entirely of Germans from the Valley to help enlist Germans to the fight for independence from England. Muhlenberg enlisted 300 men to form the 8th Virginia Infantry Regiment, the first German regiment in the Continental Army. Georg Windel was among them. In its almost 250 years of existence, there have been 6 owners. Situated on .6 acres of land, the cabin and combined carriage house are now one single home totaling over 3,000 square feet on two floors. Kitchen, pub room, two full bathrooms, office, living room, library, den, master bedroom and three more bedrooms. Laundry room and utility room. There are two outbuildings including the summer kitchen (which houses the original cooking stove), and a railroad depot building which was erected in 1854 when the Manassas Gap railroad was built. There is an attic space for storage and an unfinished basement under the old carriage house section. Hardwood floors throughout the first floor have all been recently refini
Enjoy one level living at its best! We have started the next phase in the beautiful Shenandoah valley! Spacious ranch w/1 car garage on a nice lot! 1300+ sq. ft. 1 car garage 3 bed 2 baths; Relax in the screened back porch, or the covered front porch, large master suite! 1 year builder warranty! ADA accessible doors and hallways! To be built! Lots of room for entertaining! Large kitchen/dining area - open floor plan!
This property is Real Estate Owned, or REO. The property was foreclosed and repossessed by a lender when the owner failed to make payments. A bank is now the owner. Since banks are not in business to own homes, they are usually interested in selling foreclosed homes quickly at attractive low prices. A list price is published but reasonable offers can be submitted for consideration. Offers can be submitted through the official Listing Agent but in some cases, no agent is listed and offers can be submitted the bank owner directly.