NOW SOLD, BUT WE HAVE OTHERS
Legend has it that George Washington once stayed at Cedar Glen while surveying Bedford County in Virginia. It is easy to imagine horse and rider galloping through the 124 acres of rolling farmland in need of an overnight stay. Think back to a time when children grew up with swings tied to trees, eggs were collected each morning, and the cows signaled their content in the fields. As you approach the house, you will notice the beautiful setting surrounded by mature trees. So the past can meet the present, the house now needs restoration to bring it back to life.
The land is 60% cleared farmland used for cattle and hay production. As with many historic properties, there is a cemetery where the original owners are buried. The rock wall surrounding the cemetery is extensive. The rolling topography is tucked into the base of Sharp Top Mountain. Adding to the picturesque setting are a pond and outbuildings. Cedar Glen offers an opportunity to restore a piece of history and enjoy life in this peaceful setting. Although the house would be an extensive restoration, the location and panoramic views will inspire you to consider life in the Bedford, Virginia, countryside.
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Co-listed with Bridget Archer 434-981-4149