The Old Customs House By The River

Have a look at this fascinating place known as the Old Customs House. It was built around the year 1750. It is located in Tappahannock, Virginia in the Historic District on a prominent spot overlooking the Rappahannock River. It was this key location that resulted in the home being used as a "Customs House" -... Continue Reading →

Very Old Federal Style Home For Sale In Staunton, Virginia

The interesting thing about this wonderful old house is that the realtor has it listed as being "c. 1921". Who thinks the agent's guestimate is off by a few decades? Granted he does state "City records do not go back past 1921", but come on. This house is waaaaaay older than the 1920's. It likely... Continue Reading →

1910 Georgian Colonial Time Capsule Home In Virginia

Seemingly frozen in a bygone time, this grand Georgian-style home is permeated with old southern charm. Built in 1910, this house in the heart of Floyd, Virginia is currently listed for sale for $695,000. From the gracious front porch, you step into a time capsule of southern elegance circa 1940s and earlier. It has a... Continue Reading →

The Pink House – A 1795 Waterford Virginia Landmark

It's not exactly pink... it's more of a rosy-peachy hue. But locals have long referred to it as The Pink House. The Pink House is located in the heart of a quaint historic village called Waterford. Waterford is in Loudoun County, Virginia about 47 miles northwest of Washington, D.C. Here's the cool thing: the entire... Continue Reading →

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