Nestled in the breathtaking countryside in Lexington, VA is this absolute gem. On over three acres of gorgeous land lies this farmhouse, originally built in 1827, which has since been updated with modern luxuries while maintaining the original wood and brick accents that give it such exquisite rustic charm.
In addition to its over 3000 square foot farmhouse, this property also includes a garage, several barns, and even an old poultry house that could be used as a workshop. This farmhouse also provides everything needed for relaxation in an idyllic setting, with its covered wrap-around porch, expansive deck, and lush garden space.
Intricately crafted molding adorns the two-story wrap-around porches on this home, making it the perfect spot for relaxing on a warm summer day.
Upon walking through the front doors of this home, one is greeted with the warmth of the original hardwood flooring, the period woodwork on the banister, and the industrial style of the exposed brick wall.
Just off the foyer, the library on this spacious property features some of the custom cabinetry that is included throughout the farmhouse. Industrial track lighting coupled with the warm glow of the hardwood in this room makes it a go-to spot for curling up with a good book.
Another room that features the gorgeous custom cabinetry featured in this home also includes a brick fireplace, making it a lovely choice for warming up on a cold winter's day. The striking wood inlays on the cabinets that line the ceiling reflect an artistry and craftsmanship that is a hallmark of historic homes.
Exposed beams and stone flooring give this kitchen a style that effortlessly mixes the rustic and the industrial. With modern appliances such as a dishwasher and range, this kitchen is fit for the most avid chef.
Another room featuring both a brick fireplace as well as exposed beams along the ceiling, this property's dining room radiates classic country elegance. With simple accents like a wrought-iron chandelier, this space positively begs for evenings of good food and company.
An attic room with stylish sloped ceilings and indirect lighting would make the perfect bedroom or secluded office space, with its gleaming hardwood floors and abundance of natural light.
The spacious wrap-around porches on this historic gem offer enough space for porch swings, rocking chairs, and even a table for outdoor dining on summer nights. And just wait until you see the view...
...Who wouldn't want to wake up to that view every morning? If you agree, why not share it with your friends?