Newly renovated, "The Lawler-Cooke House" is a stunning hideaway rich in history, with modern-day comforts. Two connected pre-Civil War log cabins with 2 bedrooms and 2 full baths on the upper level with a possibility of a primary bedroom to be added to the main level, sits on a richly landscaped 2 acre parcel in Historic Viewtown. Amenities include: Hi Speed Internet courtesy of Piedmont Broadband. A substantial recent addition including a spacious kitchen and sunroom displaying salvaged post-and-beam timber construction and slate floors. A board and batten sided outbuilding would make for a garden shed, woodshop or storage. The home has new mechanicals with new plumbing and HVAC systems and is wired for high-speed internet and/or cable when they come available. Two miles from Amissville, 20 minutes, from Warrenton, 30 minutes to Dulles Airport and an hour from Washington D.C. makes this location so desirable. The kitchen is stunning, with its thick slate floors, custom cabinets, marble countertops, high exposed beam ceiling, two Gaggeneu wall ovens and a wine fridge. The master bedroom upstairs includes a wood-burning fireplace and private bathroom with a roomy shower. The cabin hardwood floors are original, as indicated by the square nails used exclusively in construction before the 1850s. There is a wood-burning fireplace in the dining room and a propane log set in the living room. The original kitchen was located in the basement, where you'll find the old wood burning cookstove and the now "closed." This charmingly renovated historic home can be the ideal getaway from the crazy DC hustle.
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