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Completely refurbished 1770 farmhouse on 5 acres asks $850K

The Hiram Hedges House is located in West Virginia

A white farmhouse-style home with front porch and bay-windowed tower on the right side with manicured front lawn.
The Hiram Hedges House was originally built around 1770.
Photos via Sotheby’s International Realty

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Location: Hedgesville, West Virginia

Price: $849,900

A completely restored and renovated circa-1770 equestrian property has come on the market in Hedgesville in West Virginia’s Eastern Panhandle region, and it’s a charming sight to behold.

Known as the Hiram Hedges House, the residence features four bedrooms, three bathrooms, living areas, formal dining, open kitchen, two fireplaces, two porches, and so much more over 2,980 square feet of bright, open space.

Traditional southern farmhouse architecture like exposed beams and wide-plank floorboards combines with modern updates like marble kitchen counters, stainless steel appliances, designer lighting, and white interiors, creating a spacious but cozy home great for entertaining multi-generational living.

What’s more, the five-acre plot of land provides numerous opportunities for outdoor enjoyment, including a patio, seasonal gardens, a five-stall horse barn, new paddock, a riding pasture, and a historic smokehouse.

Located at 546 Ridge Road North, the property is offered at $849,900. Have a look.

Via: Sotheby’s International Realty