Circa 1800+ this beautiful farm house is one of a kind! If only the walls could speak, this home has history. Boydton Plank Rd runs right through the front yard. Rumor has it, that General Lee stopped here before heading to Appomattox to surrender. The home features original, hardwood plank floors throughout. Each room has an individual personality! The house sits off the road in front of an open, fifteen acre field. The rear of the property widens and has a large pond, creek, an additional twenty acres of woods. The wooded acreage features paths perfect for horseback riding. There is a large barn, which is able to store heavy equipment or storage. Part of the property is already fenced in, ready to raise horses or cattle livestock. This house has been set up for the use of a back-up generator. Also, the wiring has been upgraded along with a new septic and plumbing system. The roof and select exterior siding was installed in 2004. This historical property doesn't require a major renovation. This property features beautiful views and country living, with modern day conveniences. This historic property is perfect for those who love rural, country living and history!