Perfect Weekend Retreat! Metal building- Living Space- Rural!
The weekend getaway!! This is a very unique property. There is a metal building/pole barn with a cement slab that has been converted to living space. When you come inside you enter the 25 x 14 kitchen that has ceramic tile floors. A full bathroom is down stairs along with pantry space. When you go up the stairs and go to the right you will enter the 28×14 living area that has a half bath. If you go to the left you enter the 23 x 13 bedroom the floors are old hardwood that came out of a barn and have been reconditioned. There is a 10-15 deck off of the bedroom to sit and enjoy the outdoors and drink your morning coffee or your evening beverage.
You can enter the 29 x 24 work shop from a stairway out of the bedroom and it also has a garage door. This area could be a garage or keep it as a work shop. The utility room is in the workshop that has the washer/ dryer, water heater and Rinnai hot water that supplys the radiant heat. The timber was cut approximately a year ago and has not been replanted. This could easily be turned into pasture, ATV trails or put in food plots for hunting The property is about 5 minutes off Rt 360. You can be in Keysville in about 15 minutes and South Boston in approximately 40 minutes.
Charlotte County was formed from neighboring Lunenburg County in 1764 and named for Queen Charlotte, wife of George III of England. Settlement of this new frontier began approximately 50 years before the county was formed. Charlotte County was the second governing body in the 13 colonies to declare its independence from England. As the American revolutionary spirit unfolded, these people of newly acquired wealth and influence played important roles in the formation of the government. Its militia units helped to halt the advance of Cornwallis in 1781 and to hasten the end of the American Revolution.
The village of Charlotte Court House has been listed with the state and National Registers of Historic Places as an Historic Courthouse District for its uniqueness in architecture, business and government buildings. The rich heritage of old homes is architecturally significant as they reflect the styles from the Colonial and Georgian to the Federal and Greek Revival periods.
County of Charlotte: http://charlotteva.com/
Town of Keysville: http://www.townofkeysville.com/
Town of Drakes Branch: http://towndrakesbranch.com/
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