About the Property
Located on a small knoll with a great view that sweeps down the front yard and out to the farmland below, this tidy little 3 bedroom brick rambler offers the best of country living. Only minutes from the Old Rag trail head and close to the Hughes River, the outdoor activities are plentiful. Scenic Champe Plain Road is one of the favorite bike routes in the area.
The brick rambler packs a lot in its 1,176 footprint. The living room feature a large picture window to capture the view and bring it into the home. A wood stove stands at the end of the living room ready to provide warmth. A wide opening leads to the dining room which gives it an open airy feel. A very efficient galley kitchen (with a surprising amount of space) is accessible from the dining room. A side entrance to the home leads directly to the kitchen making unloading groceries a breeze.
In the back half of the home are the living quarters. Three moderately sized bedroom and a bath dominate the northern side of the home. The two front bedrooms have views looking out to the east while the back bedroom has complete privacy as the home is surrounded by woods to the north and west. Hardwood floors are featured throughout the home. The home is completed by a full unfinished basement with both interior and exterior access. There is plenty of room to finish the basement for more living space or just use it as is.
The 2.96 acre parcel is gently sloped with a wide expanse of relatively flat land behind the home. The home is surrounded by woods to the north and west with only one home visible. A large row of trees provide additional privacy from the lightly traveled Champe Plain Road. The lot is actually comprised of two separate buildable parcels giving you further flexibility with the land.
Champe Plain Road is so private it may seem miles away but it is an easy drive to Madison, VA or Culpeper for shopping and Sperryville is only about 10 minutes away. It takes about 2 hours to drive to Washington, DC. The home is located about 1 mile from the Old Rag Trailhead and an extensive network of hiking and riding trails in the Shenandoah National Park. Plus, the Hughes River, a local trout stream, is just down the street. Castleton in Performance, which brings in world-class events is about 25 minutes away. The area is home to antique stores, wineries, and restaurants such as the world-renowned Inn at Little Washington.
- Built 1965
- Main Floor Bedroom: Yes
- Basement: Yes
- HOA: No