Nestled in scenic Madison County, Virginia, this charming 1939 farmhouse is surrounded by woods and lovely pastoral views. There is a fully stocked pond for fishing as well as a dock for swimming and an outdoor shower. You can have your first cup of coffee sitting in the porch rockers watching the sunrise or end a perfect day in a lovely shaded barbeque area overlooking the pond.
The house has 4 bedrooms and one bath with a spacious living and dining room, full kitchen with dishwasher and breakfast area. One bedroom has a library and a delightful children's corner with games, books, and teddy bears.
The property was once part of a large 500 acre southern plantation, circa 1800s. The house was built by Rebecca Clore and Richard Willis at the time of their marriage. Click here for Rebecca's personal account, "The Story of Our Life."
Located in the shadows of the Blue Ridge Mountains, there is easy access to the Shenandoah National Park which is abundant with beautiful hiking trails. The homes of Thomas Jefferson"s Monticello and James Madison's Montpelier are close by. .