Judge Andrew Fulton’s Historic Virginia Home & 259.65 Acres of Seclusion is Offered For Sale
This fully restored Antebellum Home boasts 5,222 square feet based on county records and offers direct access to the New River Trail. Nestled in the 259.65 acres this home is sure to impress all. The home was built in the mid 1800’s by Judge Andrew S. Fulton. The home is of classic antebellum architecture with a spacious foyer, grand staircase, an entry porch with columns and balcony with cast iron railings. The original structure was post and beam with wooden pegs. On the main floor, the walls had handmade bricks for added support. The walls consisted of the exterior hand sawed wood, a middle layer of mud and horse hair connected the oak lathe and an interior wall of plaster.
Beginning in 2000 the home was restored and now offers 5,222+/-SF with 5 bedrooms and 5 and ½ baths. The original section of the home has 10’ ceilings as well as the two added wings. There are 8 working fireplaces with original mantels, 2 French doors on the lower floor between the kitchen and dining room. Most of the interior doors are original and 8 foot tall. The original wooden floors remain intact and refinished. Custom molding was made to duplicate the original design. Both the main floor and upstairs double doors are custom made Honduran Mahogany. The kitchen was modernized with custom made cherry cabinetry and granite countertops. The oven, gas cook top, microwave and exhaust hood are all stainless steel Dacor appliances. The main floor offers a master bedroom with full bath and jacuzzi tub, a laundry room and Finnish sauna. The hot water system is powered by 2 “on-demand” electric water heaters. A whole house water filtration system is coupled with a water softener. The rear of the house has a large concrete patio with steps to the lawn. There are over 4 acres of lawn surrounding the home and outbuildings. The additional acreage is a combination of white pine and hardwood timber forest.
Parcel Number: 75541C
Jackson Elementary School
Fort Chiswell Middle School
Fort Chiswell High School
From I-77 at Exit 24 Popular Camp, Exit and turn East at stop sign. Turn Left on HWY 52 North. Go 1.3 miles and turn Left on Shot Tower road. Go to stop and turn Left on RTE 608. Cross under I-77 go 6/10 of a mile. Turn Left on gravel drive. There is orange flagging on each side. Go 1.7 miles to home. Stay on gravel the whole way.