Neighborhood: Not In Subdivision, 506 - Wise County
Own a piece of Southwest Virginia history! This home was built by Big Stone Gap's General John Imboden, one of the communities' first visionaries and also started the town of Damascus Va. This home has classic Victorian charm including a tower on the third floor. This Victorian home has a cut sandstone foundation, wine cellar and ten ft ceilings with 8 ft doors. Recently renovated, this home features 4 bedrooms and with a possible 4th with 1 and 1/2 baths. The home will be sold furnished. The home includes remnants of its earliest owner, including original wooden door knobs, fragments of the original wall paper, the General's piano, and original wood working. All of the furniture is included and most is antique. Many of the rooms include the original hardwood floor cut from local sources in the late 1800s. It also includes a covered front porch and two balconies on both the first and second floor. Also added is a new stereo system and wall mounted televisions included. The home includes a new roof and new heat pump. The home offers an incredible view of the town in the winter. The home is located just minutes from downtown Big Stone Gap, but is secluded on the hill above the town with neighbors close by. Buyers and buyers agents to verify all information in this Listing Subject to e and o.
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