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1827 Log Home
Meticulously Restored 1827 log home
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|Heated Sq. Ft.||2,736|
- Crawl Space
- Dining room
- Laundry Room
- Living room
- Master bedroom upstairs
- Rear Deck
- Ceiling Fans
- Wood floors
- Septic Tank
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Confederate General's Headquarters 2 acre
This lovingly restored 1827 log farmhouse was once used as Confederate General Albert Jenkins’ headquarters. This 2736 sq. ft. home is a step back in time to circa 1850, yet offers all the modern amenities, carefully appointed to preserve an authentic appearance.
Surrounded by the unique rolling farm-scapes of Gettysburg, this property looks much as it did in July of 1863, when Jubal Early’s Division marched past its front porch and into history. Its rural setting is less than 3 miles from downtown Gettysburg and virtually all the necessities and conveniences of 21st century life. If you love historic homes, this is your award-winning Gettysburg address!
Two acres of white-board fenced, clear open land with photogenic heirloom gardens and 1850’s smokehouse. Relax on your deck or porch wile overlooking South Mountain range. You’ll be amazed at the wonderful attention paid to every detail and review the seller’s scrapbook of their restoration journey. There’s a large room adjoining the master bedroom, which you can uses as sitting room, studio, or office.
Archived in February, 2013
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