The Mansion at Fort Chiswell, Circa 1840. On 15 acres in Virginia. $2,999,990

This house is a big wow! Wish there were more interior pictures, but what they show sure is nice! The Mansion at Fort Chiswell was built in 1840. It is located on 15 acres in Max Meadows, Virginia. Those chimneys are crazy looking! There is cove crown moulding, hardwood floors, wide baseboards and crystal chandeliers. The antique furniture could be left with an appropriate offer.  Five bedrooms, four bathrooms and 11,960 square feet. $2,999,990

Contact Ralph Harvey with ListWithFreedom.com: 855-456-4945


From the Zillow listing:


The Mansion at Fort Chiswell is a historic home located in Max Meadows, VA which is Southern VA in Wythe County. It was constructed in 1840 by Stephen and Joseph McGavock. The Mansion is a beautiful brick Greek Revival architecture style dwelling. It was added to the National Registry of Historic Properties in May 1971. Recent ownership has been upgrading, preserving, and maintaining the integrity of this magnificent property. The Mansion has operated as a museum, restaurant, and special events hospitality destination. A covered timber frame pavilion with a stone construction fireplace complete with brick ovens has been added as an outdoor event area for up to 310 guests. This landmark estate is now being offered for sale. With an acceptable offer, it’s antique furnishings and a fully equipped commercial kitchen may convey with the property. This Mansion and property can be used as a private residence and/or as a B&B that can offer historic tours, weddings and corporate events.



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