This beautiful historic home was fully renovated into a maintenance free, three bedroom home with remarkable views of the surrounding grounds. The home features a private patio, garage parking, hardwood floors, high ceilings, ceramic baths, spectacular lighting, and all new mechanical systems. The gourmet kitchen has granite countertops, custom cabinets and stainless steel appliances. The spacious master suite includes a large walk-in closet and a master bath with a custom glass shower surround. Priced at $428,900.
Category Archives: Uncategorized
Lots for Sale
The perfect location for your new home is now available. The Villages at Staunton is now offering 5 premium lots in the West Village neighborhood for just under $100,000. Each lot features spectacular views of the surrounding grounds and access to the landscaped mews between the homes in the West Village. For more information please contact us at 804.512.9819 or 804.344.0032.
357 Greenville Avenue
This beautiful historic home in the West Village neighborhood was fully renovated into a low maintenance, three bedroom home with remarkable views of the surrounding grounds. The home features a private patio, garage parking, hardwoow floors, high ceilings, ceramic baths, spectacular lighting, and all new mechanical systems. The gourmet kitchen has granite countertops, custom cabinets, stainless steel appliances and built-in breakfast bar. The spacious master suite includes a large walk-in closet and a master bath with heated floors and a custom glass shower surround.
355 Greenville Avenue
Situated on rolling lawns just above the creek at the Villages, four houses, the oldest dating to the late 1800s, are being restored to their former glory. This beautiful historic home is the first in the West Village neighborhood to be fully renovated and it has been adapted into two maintenance free three bedroom, three bathroom condominiums with remarkable views of the surrounding grounds. Each condo features a private patio, garage parking, hardwood floors, high ceilings, ceramic baths, spectacular lighting, and all new mechanical systems. The gourmet kitchens have a gas range, granite countertops, custom cabinets, stainless steel appliances and built-in breakfast bar. Each condo also has a spacious master suite that includes a large walk-in closet and a master bath with heated floors and a custom glass shower surround.
A particularly attractive feature of these condos is that all landscaping will be common and will be maintained by the association, thereby greatly minimizing the upkeep of the property. The original houses in the West Village will also enjoy use of the historic terraced gardens, which will be replanted. A landscaped mews lying between the two rows of houses will contribute a neighborly atmosphere to the area.
The Steam Plant
Located on 1.15 acres near downtown, the Steam Plant Building has great location and amenities for a restaurant use. Soaring ceilings and windows with massive masonry walls make for great ambiance and spectacular interior light. An existing second floor mezzanine is ready for private dining or parties while the rear area of the building is perfect for a kitchen with plenty of storage, cooler and back of house areas. Loading is easily available from the rear and side of the building and the two front elevations of the building have terrific street presence for a grand entrance. There’s even the opportunity to connect the second floor to the existing adjacent abandoned train trestle for a one-of-a-kind outdoor dining experience.
The grounds of the Villages are reminiscent of the “natural” English landscape, with extensive lawns, water features and mature plantings. Fountains, bridges, and a gazebo create picturesque focal points, while the creek and numerous weeping willows provide a restful atmosphere. The grounds are perfect for strolling and relaxation, or for a quiet lunchtime picnic. A large swath of land surrounding the creek will be maintained as parkland for the public’s enjoyment.
Some of the earliest buildings at the Villages are particularly well-suited for use as a hotel and spa due to the configuration of their floor plans. But the historic details and materials provide added substance that is unique and irreproducible today. Stately columns, intricate wrought iron fences, elaborate fan windows, and substantial mouldings highlight the age and elegance of the buildings. And the setting amidst a landscape of mature trees and rolling hills adds to the serene atmosphere. The charm of historic downtown Staunton is only steps away, while the surrounding Shenandoah valley provides for varied leisure and cultural activities.
Late 1800s structure ideally suited for use as a gym or performing space. Over 26,000 square feet.
The Chapel Building
Another mid-19th century Thomas Blackburn building with gothic elements. Over 32,000 square feet.
Also built in the early 1800s, most likely by Thomas Blackburn, an architect and builder formerly employed by Thomas Jefferson. Over 27,000 square feet.