About This 1848 Gothic Revival In Lexington Virginia
No , this picture was not digitally enhanced to make it look like it came from the pages of a storybook. A signature historic home of Rockbridge County, this 1848 Southern Gothic landmark known as ”The Manse” sits at the intersection of Jefferson and White Streets in one of the most picturesque neighborhoods in Lexington.
Large formal spaces, including living, dining and music rooms, feature gleaming wood floors, fireplaces, built -ins, pocket doors and detailed woodwork. The 5 bedroom,3 1/2 bath home has been comfortably updated with respect for its architectural significance and sits prominently on 1.10 acres in the heart of town and within easy walking distance to ”everything Lexington”. Shown by appointment.
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