As REALTORs®, a good portion of our days begin with the simple act of opening a door. What lies beyond that door is always an opportunity to discover something new and, just as importantly, a chance to help a client find the “this-is-it” place to call home.
Just shy of two centuries have passed between the building of the oldest home and the newest home in this week’s gorgeous new-to-the-market offerings. These include a stately Federal-style brick home in downtown Warrenton built in 1840, a country-side Victorian in Summerduck built in 1889, and a spacious modern home in Shepherdstown built in 2014.
While door styles and materials have changed over the centuries, one thing remains the same: doors are an integral detail in the quality of a home. When you add in Viking brand stoves, stone fireplaces, wood floors, and great outdoor spaces, you get swoon-worthy homes worth more than a passing glance. Be sure to take a look at each of this week’s offerings to find your favorite.
We mentioned swoon-worthy, and here you have it in this impressive home. This piece of history is waiting for you with the original character and details of the home intact and thoughtful updates and additions that includes a pool on the beautiful grounds. Our favorite feature is a toss-up between the wood floors and the marble mantles.
This expansive The Point in Shepherdstown home is just minutes from historic downtown Shepherdstown, Shepherd University, the C&O canal, and the MARC commuter train station. Our favorite feature is the generous kitchen adjacent to the family room with a stone fireplace. It isn’t hard to imagine comfy and toasty days while waiting to enjoy your private yard when the weather gets warm.
Here is another historic home with a gorgeous pool gracing its grounds! Inside this Victorian countryside retreat, you will find large rooms, wood floors, and multiple fireplaces. Our favorite spot is the wrap-around porch overlooking the grounds.
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