The Oaks at Gospel Hill
Built in 1888, The Oaks is one of the most historically significant homes in the Shenandoah Valley built by Jed Hotchkiss a Cartographer for Stonewell Jackson & R. E. Lee. This cottage is listed in the National Registry of Historic Homes and is beautifully nestled amongst the oak trees. The Oaks interior features original stained glass, ornate mantles and unique decorative tiles. This historic home is 8,958 square feet with 10’ ceilings, 7 spacious bedrooms/5 bathrooms, 10’, great hall, and 3 fireplaces throughout this estate. The owners have made many recent updates including the designer kitchen and baths all in keeping with the character and charm of this historical gem. The Oaks is centrally located within walking distance of the Blackfriars Playhouse, R.R Smith Center for Arts and History and The Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library & Museum. If you want to eat out or enjoy a night out on the town, this home is also within walking distance of numerous fine restaurants and galleries.
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