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Kelsey Frazier
GRAVITY Real Estate Group, Inc.
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MLS #: 414536
List Price: $1,500,000
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Bedrooms: 5
Full Baths: 2
Half Baths: 0
Apx Total Fin SqFt: 3584
Apx Acreage: 15.47
Address: 2190 Merrimac Road
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Address Number: 2190
Address Street: Merrimac
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Subdivision: None
City/Town: Blacksburg
County/City: Montgomery
Zip Code: 24060
State: VA
Area: Montgomery County
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Appearance: Custom Features, Good
Air Conditioning: None
Heating: Oil
Attic: Floored
Basement: Slab
School District: Montgomery County
Elementary School: Kipps
Middle School: Blacksburg
High School: Blacksburg
Manufactured: 0
Master on Main: 1
Roofing: Shingle
Sewer: Septic
Water: Well
Year Built: 1798
Public Remarks: Have you been dreaming of living in a truly historic house? This is a rare opportunity to experience all the enjoyment of living on a property that’s well known in this region and still being close to all Blacksburg has to offer. Feel taken back to the peace of the past, yet be close to it all--local schools (high and middle school within 1 mile, elementary within 2 miles), Virginia Tech (less than 5 miles), restaurants, stores, and 3 miles to 460. The Linkous-Kipps house and homestead was originally built by Henry Linkous and his wife Elizabeth Shiflet in 1799. The weatherboarding on this L-shaped farmhouse masks one of the county’s most substantial log dwelling. The house has a hall-parlor plan as well as a springhouse on the property. The Linkous-Kipps house has been listed on both VA Landmark Register & National Registry making it eligible for federal & state preservation tax credits! Let your imagination run wild and be the first to bring more historical charm to Blacksburg.