ABSOLUTE AUCTION - SELLING REGARDLESS OF PRICE ON AUGUST 23, 2014!
Secluded retreat on 360± acres in Rich Valley of the Blue Ridge Mountains. This gentleman's farm includes 2.7± miles of land on the banks of the North Fork Holston River, a quaint two-story farmhouse, and seven outbuildings. Selling at Absolute Auction - Regardless of Price!
Existing Structures: The original two-story farmhouse was built in 1923. The home was partially renovated in 1984 and now has 3 bedrooms and 3 large baths. The Master Bath boasts a 100 Year Anniversary claw foot Kohler tub. The original 12” red oak baseboards and trim, built-in cabinets, stairs, banisters and mantles have all been refinished throughout the home. The kitchen was updated with repurposed wood from an old barn and tile countertops. The home also features a walk-up attic, a root seller and metal roof. The wraparound porch provides beautiful views of both the North Fork Holston River and the Blue Ridge Mountains.
The Property has 7 original outbuildings: barns, workshop, wood storage, outhouse, pig house, and black smith shop. There is also a 220 ft. deep well with a ½ horse power pump (dug in 1984).
The Land: Wildlife on the land is abundant, including deer, turkey and other wildlife. The elevation ranges from 1,900± feet at the river to 2,700± feet at the highest ridge. This property is excellent for hiking, fishing, hunting, swimming at rock falls or just rocketing on the front porch listening to the sounds of the river.
There is currently a conservation easement on approximately 298± acres of the property.
Location: Beautifully situated in a valley of the Blue Ridge Mountains, a physiographic province of the larger Appalachian Mountains range. The property sits in the Rich Valley in between Marion, VA and Saltville, VA; both towns are approximately 20 minutes away. The property is also within one hour of Bristol, VA.
Farm Map & Boundaries
From I-81 take exit 35 (Chilhowie, VA) drive north on Hwy 107 for approximately 4.5 miles to Hwy 773. Turn right onto Hwy 773 (which turns into Hwy 610 / Valley Road) Drive 10.7 miles on Valley Road / Hwy 610 and the entrance of property will be on the left