Charming Farmhouse: 6498 Byrd Mill Road

Aug 10, 2017 | Blog

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If you’ve been looking for a charming fixer-upper farmhouse with boatloads of character, you can stop looking! We’ve got exactly that on almost 2 acres for an absolute steal! Perfectly located between the cultural hubs of Richmond and Charlottesville, 6498 Byrd Mill Road is tucked away in a quiet corner of Louisa County.

This home is the textbook definition of “good bones.” At 82 years old, the home is ready for an interior cosmetic update–but at $120,000, even a first-time homebuyer can comfortably afford to remodel to their heart’s content. With 1,856 square feet, 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths, there’s enough room to spread out and really enjoy the property.

The exposed beams and white subway tile in the kitchen are enough to make Joanna Gaines swoon and the painted hardwoods in the secondary bedrooms lend a wistful nostalgia to the home’s atmosphere. If you can look past the paint color and see this home’s true potential, you could score an amazing deal.

Whether you’re an aspiring homesteader or a budding equestrian, there’s plenty for you to work with here! The property is home to a large barn, a tool shed and a chicken coop, all on 1.9 acres that back to fruit trees and a seasonal stream.

If you’d like to take advantage of this incredible bargain, please contact Alison Rabak at arabak@cbeva.com .

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