Built in 1911 this is a house rich in history, family and love that is now looking for a new family to call it home. The beautiful 2 story brick home sits on over 5 acres surrounded by lush green farms, breathtaking mountain views and less than 2 miles from I-81. The 5+ acre parcel is almost completely flat offering a wide array of possibilities. As you enter the home you are greeted by a grand staircase with a living room/library to your right and family room to your left, both with converging solid wood pocket doors. The family room has a hand painted mural “Black Lick 1911”. The master is on the main level and is accessible from the family room, hallway or master bath that also has a door to the hallway. The main level also has a formal dining, kitchen, laundry, mud and sun rooms. Upstairs is 4 large bedrooms, full bath, possible 2nd kitchen and sunroom with exterior stairs. The property also has a large workshop, several outbuildings, log cabin and smokehouse.
The workshop has had many uses over the years and many possibilities. It does have its own electric meter, partial kitchen and bathroom. Many years ago it was a butcher shop and still has the large walk-in cooler although it has been used as office space for many years. The log cabin was disassembled in West Virginia and reassembled on the property. The previous owner used the attached overhang on the barn for covered parking. New metal roof on the main house was done in the early 2000’s and the metal roofs on the other buildings have been replaced in the past 10 years. The house has been rewired. The mural in the living room was painted by local artist, Pat Lehmkuhl. The covered porch flooring was updated with Trex Composite Decking.