James River farmhouse is a little slice of heaven

Not far from the James River in Virginia lies this idyllic five-bedroom farmhouse. The estate features a refreshingly modern interior while still keeping its southern spirit intact. The most home's most impressive feature is undoubtedly the comfortable sleeping porches that wrap their way around the home -- they make the perfect place to unwind and relax after a long week.
The kitchen features a corner lounge for eating meals with loved ones while admiring the view nearby. 
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A long kitchen island provides a seating space, as well as a place to prepare meals. Light pours in from all angles thanks to the plentiful windows of the home's first floor.
This mudroom is the ideal place to hang up wet coats and take off dirty shoes before entering the main house.
The second-floor guest room, one of five bedrooms, has its own fireplace. There's plenty of floor space that gives ample room for two beds.
The main bedroom on the first floor has its own bathroom and a sliding glass door leading outside. 
The farmhouse is chock-full of lovely areas to spend time with family or friends. This sun room, for example, has furniture that is conducive to a comfortable conversation.
The farmhouse features several sleeping porches. This side of the porch has minimal furniture for a more intimate setting.
This sleeping porch features a table so more people can share the space.
Ther house also has an open porch. 
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According to the home's AirBnB page it accommodates up to 12 guests for $400 a night -- not a bad bargain if you split the costs up! 
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