Head For The Hills Of Strasburg Virginia

Dated: 09/01/2016

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The word unique and all of it's synonyms couldn't describe this home and it's area rich with history! This isn't a lesson in early American history, however, the background of Strasburg's founder Peter Stover is an interesting tale to hear. From his young immigration from Germany to Pennsylvania to his purchase of 480+ acres and the beginning of the town of Strasburg, Va.

Experience this town of living history while residing in a beautifully updated Victorian built in 1871. Over 5,000 square feet of gorgeous wood floors, and decorative details of yesteryear. 3 acres of stunning views surround!

Click the link below to access listing details for 464 Stover Ave

http://rclark.bhhsselect.com/details.php?mls=27&mlsid=SH9554739&ppc=Blog+Post+Sep&addht=%23stoverstrasburg

Cool information about Strasburg, Va!

http://www.virginia.org/Cities/strasburg/

https://www.tripadvisor.com/Attractions-g58219-Activities-Strasburg_Shenandoah_County_Virginia.html


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Rodney Clark

You don’t choose a home because you love the paint color. No, an investment this big demands in-depth knowledge so that you can buy with confidence. That’s where I come in. As an agent with Berk....

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