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Round Hill, Virginia   Circa 1908 on Large Lot
15 High Street
Round Hill, Virginia

Charming 5 bedroom fully restored historic home in a delightful community that prides itself in celebrating and preserving its heritage. This home dates back to the early 1900s. Its original owner Neils Poulsen was an ax maker and wagon wheel manufacturer and owner of a handle and spoke company. He was very active in the community and he and several of his heirs were responsible for many of the surrounding buildings in this quaint little town. The current owner went to great lengths to maintain the unique character and integrity of the home preserving much of the original details including hardwoods and hand carved posts while adding features such as new windows that are made-to-look-old and built-in bookshelves.

Sure to be an entertainerís delight, this home boasts a bright gourmet kitchen with silestone counters, stainless steel appliances and upgraded cupboards along with a spacious dining room and a relaxing outdoor retreat complete with screened porch, patio, pergola and fire pit. And for the outdoor lover or gardener, the home resides on a fully landscaped 2/3 acre premium lot with tons of spring bulbs and a butterfly garden filled with a beautiful array of assorted perennials. Perhaps the greatest benefit to this home, rare in historic homes, is the comfort and size of modern day living conveniences that entreat its owners to a huge master bedroom, a walk in closet and an elegant master bath. Other details include newer roof, new HVAC systems and newer water heater.

Round Hill Hometown Festival delights young and old. The town of Round Hill is proud of its historic heritage. One of the things you will love about this community is the small town feel and the culture of support in the community. Each year, all the town folk gather together on Memorial Day weekend to honor our veterans for their service and to rekindle what is hard to find in America today--that old town spirit of comradery and community. You can learn more about this lively event at

Lisa Bergman
Keller Williams Realty