142 acres of field, forest and regrowing timberland and a 4500 sq. ft. house in the Findlay Mountain Ag/Forestal District. The heart of the home is the log kitchen believed to date from the 18th c. An 1850 addition added the historic home and a 1996 addition added grand entertaining spaces (including a 25 x 32 greatroom) and a second floor master suite. Outside you'll find a pool and pool house, and a yard enclosed by an owner-built Jeffersonian serpentine brick wall. There's enough land in pasture for livestock, and there are several springs and a bold stream. On the flank of Findlay Mountain you'll find a building site with an incredible panoramic Blue Ridge vista.
142 acres, more or less, fronting on State Route 647 described on syrvey by C.E. Watkins dated Sept. 29, 1914 recorded in DB 40, Pg 103, designated Parcel 4; Inst # 070002681; Nelson Tax Parcel 79-A-3
Name of Property
Findlay Mountain Farm
Structure - Features
Walk-in Closet, Whirlpool/Jetted Tub