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Save This Old House ~ c.1900 Virginia Home w/ View $35K ~ Sold

211 Randolph Ave, Pulaski, VA 24301    $35,000 ~Sold for $35,000


Save this old house in the Pulaski Historic Residential District.
Pulaski sits along the banks of Peak Creek, a tributary of New River, in a beautiful area of Virginia that lies in the Great Valley of Virginia between the Blue Ridge and the Allegheny Mountains.
The historic district contained 100 houses by 1913, our featured home among them, and were owned by both factory workers and factory managers. Styles such as Queen Anne, Gothic Revival, Vernacular, Colonial Revival, Tudor Revival and Bungalow are prevalent.
According to the National Register of Historic Places our fixer upper today is a, “Single-family dwelling (Queen Anne); c. 1900; wood frame; 2 story double-pile t-plan, 3 bays; hipped and gable roof; popular type of house with unusual roof form.”
Views of the town and the beautiful mountains beyond is just one of the standout features of this historic property.

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Save this old house. Three bedroom Colonial home deemed worthy of preservation by the Town of Pulaski. Hardwood floors throughout the home, there is a walk-in pantry in the kitchen, pocket doors separating the formal dining room and the front parlor/living room. There are three fireplaces on the lower level and a covered front porch. All three bedrooms upstairs are very large and one has an additional space perfect for a walk-in closet. There are two built-in mirrored cabinets in the upstairs hallway and a beautiful staircase built to last. A storage building is attached to the home and can be accessed from outside as well as through the cellar inside the house. This home is within walking distance of downtown Pulaski and minutes to Rt. 100 and I-81.
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