In Hume, Virginia, this bed and breakfast dates back to colonial and Civil War times and is now on the market for $1.495 million. With six bedrooms, six full bathrooms, and three half bathrooms, the property offers a little over an acre of land.
Five of the bedrooms include a private, renovated en-suite bathroom. There are two family rooms, a library, and a chef’s kitchen with two sinks and two dishwashers. Outside, there is an English garden, stone patio, fire pit, and a courtyard with a saltwater pool and hot tub.
The c. 1787-constructed property was once known as Barbee’s Tavern, but now it’s called The Inn at Vineyards Crossroads. When it was constructed, it originally housed a log tavern with a stone chimney. Still, three decorative stone fireplaces exist along with wide, pine flooring.
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• 5024 Leeds Manor Road [Upward Studio]