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32×40 Mountain Barn For Sale with 768 Sq. Ft. Home Inside

This is a 32×40 Mountain Barn for sale for $145,000 $134,900 $109,900.

From the outside, you’ll notice a beautiful red barn sitting in Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains with a 768 sq. ft. house inside. It sits on 9 acres of land.

Inside you’ll find a living/dining room, bedroom, home office, full kitchen and a large bathroom. The barn includes a 640 sq. ft. space with stalls and open space and 512 sq. ft. of storage space.

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For sale: Beautiful 768-sq-ft tiny stealth house in the upstairs of a 32×40 foot barn, located on 9 view acres in Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains. Surrounded by the Jefferson National Forest and five minutes from the New River. The 768-sq-ft living space features a living/dining room; bedroom and home office space; full kitchen with newer appliances; and a large bathroom with standard plumbing, a compost toilet, and laundry facilities. A high-efficiency wood burning stove heats the home well in the coldest weather. Well-insulated, with double-pane windows throughout. The lower portion of the barn is 640 sq. ft. and has stalls and open space to accommodate any size animals. Upstairs there is 512 sq. ft. of additional space for hay storage, a wood working shop, or other uses. Barn and living space were constructed 2009-2012. Fully fenced property with good well and septic approval, building is wired for generator, 3 years split and stacked firewood included. A conventional home can be built on this site. See web site at www.paradisefarm.weebly.com. For pictures of kitchen and bath or for more information, contact the owner at wolfe.media@pemtel.net. Asking $145,000 $134,900 $109,900.

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  • Richard Baker March 17, 2016, 12:09 pm

    I am drooling over this… In the UK (where I am) you would be very lucky to come across a site as beautiful as this and if you did; it would most likely be priced at the equivalent of over $500k and that would be without the building plot potential of this site.
    Truly incredible value for money and utterly beautiful (and functional AND with a tiny house and a well and a fully functioning farm etc etc..)
    I cannot get over it. I cannot get over the fact that I will not get to own it.
    I hope that one of you TH aficionados buys it, loves it and plants a 3 acre vineyard in memory of this comment.
    :-)

  • Marce March 17, 2016, 12:30 pm

    Yummy!!

  • Jill March 17, 2016, 1:17 pm

    This is exactly what I’ve been looking for! I love this! Love the location, the beauty of the mountains, but unfortunately, can’t move at this time. This is a stunningly scenic place. Live upstairs and have horses downstairs. Ideal!!! Thanks, Alex for sharing!

  • kristina nadreau March 17, 2016, 4:31 pm

    the new owner is so lucky. the potential here is WOW! IF I were 20 years younger and not financially committed to living in Central America, this would be mine and it would be fabulous!

  • Debbie March 17, 2016, 7:17 pm

    The folks who have developed this farm as organic have done a fantastic job! Really know what they are doing. If I were younger I’d very seriously go see this farm, horses would love the fields, wow. I went to the realtors site and read the About section. I can’t get over how wonderful this farm is. Someone is going to have a farm for a lifetime.

  • Sarah March 18, 2016, 10:42 pm

    Marvelous. This is worth relocating for.

  • Peter Piper May 4, 2016, 2:39 pm

    This is great! It says it “sits on 9 acres” but I wonder if the acreage comes with it or is an additional cost?

  • Saturday Sportsman May 5, 2016, 12:08 am

    Now we’re talkin’!

  • Marsha Cowan July 27, 2016, 7:52 pm

    Good question…does the price include the nine acres. Makes me wonder why it is priced so low. Hopefully just because the market for a large stable is small and not that there is something wrong with the location or something. I will have to go to the site and look at it.

  • Lisa July 28, 2016, 11:24 am

    This is lovely but omigawrsh look at that hill! Massively terrible in the winter and if you need to walk up and down it to take care of animals…oh no. I’m thinking that’s why it’s marked down so. It’s definitely a beautiful place; we’ve lived in Va and considered moving to that area. If you are young and strong and can deal with the hill and driving up and down that road in the winter to get to your property, this is a great buy.

  • ZACHARY E. MOHRMANN July 28, 2016, 3:27 pm

    I would say this house, and land at the price their asking as very fair, and more than decent from what I have been seeing as of late….!

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