21276 Alvarado Road
1851, 2248 24211

Description

Inside the walls of this antebellum farm house is the original pre-revolutionary war frontier log cabin, constructed by first generation Irish immigrants, the Rev. Samuel and Mary Duff. The cabin logs can be viewed at two locations in the home. This cabin served as both a home to the Duff's as well as a refuge to pioneer travelers along the well known Native American footpath, (the Virginia Creeper Trail) They traveled from the settled lands of North Carolina over Whitetop Mountain, through the settlement of Wolf Hills, which would become Black's Fort, present day Abingdon. and on through into the "western front" Some 3 generations later, in the 1830's. Thomas Jefferson Duff (a grandson) was born and raised on the property. He and his bride Ann Elizabeth Ketron Duff constructed a "large and architecturally pleasing "farmhouse". Inside the farmhouse Duff preserved his beloved birthplace utilizing it as a dining room. An artesian spring still flows year

Details

MLS#69267
StyleHouse
Sub-TypeResale
StatusActive
Year1830
Days On Site53

Features

Bed(s)3
Bath(s) 3 Full, 1 Half
SQ Feet4,410
Car PortYes
Story(s)2
Acreage3.68

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Area Information

State2248
County3340
City1851
Zip Code24211
Area3263
Community NameN/A
Elementary School2782
Middle School2830
High School2910
Listing VS Median (in N/A)
Price:
$498,900
low | high
Med:
$144,700
100% of Average
SqFt:
4,410
low | high
Med:
2,333
97.097505668934% of Average
$ / SqFt:
$113
low | high
Med:
$63
94.611070625909% of Average
On Site:
53
low | high
Med:
305
17.377049180328% of Average
Listing Updated: 06/24/2019
MLS Number: 69267
Listing Provided By:
Matt Smith  of  Highlands Realty Inc.
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