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3.45 acres in Shenandoah County, Virginia

574 Jiggady Rd, New Market, Virginia 22844 - Shenandoah County
$385,000 3.45 Acres
3 beds 2 Bathrooms
Property ID 1548728

Description

Historic 1852 farmhouse & guest cottage sited on almost 3.5 acres overlooking the legendary Shenandoah River. The Jacob Swartz House includes a main residence and an established river bluff bed & breakfast cottage. Coveted heart of pine wood has been preserved throughtout the 3 bedroom 2 bath farmhouse. Thoughtfully refurbished, the original cobbler shop creates income as a B&B w/ 2 bedrooms, 2 baths & is being sold furnished! A stone terrace, sunroom & screened porch compliments the cottage amenities. The property includes a greenhouse, 2 car garage, exterior stone F.P. & picnic area. The grounds are beautifully landscaped w/ perennials & evergreens. Minutes from Civil War Battlefields, Luray & Shenandoah Caverns, skiing, golfing, wineries, Skyline Drive & G W National Forest.

Directions

From I-81 (New Market Exit #264) take US 211 West for .06 miles, turn right onto #953 Plains Mill Road, take first right #617 (River Road)- bear right at the fork in the road, go 1.4 miles and then turn right onto #736 Jiggady Road. Go .06 mile to the sign on right for Jacob Swartz House. Go to the end of the road, entrance to the property located at end of the roadway.

Land

Lot Description
Water/Lake Front
Water/Lake View

Present Use
Main house & B&B

Property Type
Single Family

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