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Built in 1829 by Reuben Perry, known for his work at Jefferson’s Poplar Forest and Hampden-Sydney, "Woodfork" is on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Virginia Landmark. The barn and brick kiln on the property are also considered to have historical significance. Inside, you will find the beauty of a historic home with the luxuries that today’s family desires. The kitchen is not only massive, but it also has gorgeous granite countertops, a dual fuel stove, 2 ovens, cherry cabinets, a subzero fridge and freezer that are in cherry cabinets, a dumbwaiter that services all 3 floors, dishwasher, and a fireplace. The floors are original hand sawn pine, a total of 12 fireplaces with mantles, 7 chandeliers, 6 bedrooms, 3 and one-half baths, 2 kitchens, and a copper roof. Outside the home is a beautiful 34.94-acre estate with 15 open acres and the rest in timber, a 120’x100’ barn with stables to house 16 horses and a bold creek runs along the property. The amenities here are too many to name individually, so come take a look at this wonderful property today!
From Pamplin, take Route 47 South to Cullen, make right on 660 (Virginian Rd), then a left on route 650 (Woodfork Road), home will be on the left.