This Lexington, Virginia farmhouse for sale in Rockbridge County is a real gem with great potential for the right buyer. 1004 Waterloo Drive, Lexington, VA 24450 is a 2,518 sf farmhouse with 5 bedrooms and 2 baths. The farmhouse was built out in stages – it says 1890 on the property taxes, but we believe there’s an early settlers cabin within the walls of the two story section. A survey done last month shows 37.74 acres with the property. There’s about 4 acres in open bottom land, one acre around the house, and 33 acres of beautiful upland mountains with small intermittent streams. There are lots of deer and wild turkey on the property and the house sits directly across the road from Waterloo Creek. In addition to the house, there’s a small two story outbuilding suitable for a workshop – or fix it up as a guest house or office. This property is located in the historic Kerr’s Creek watershed on Waterloo Creek in Rockbridge County, Virginia. The house is at the foot of North Mountain from which the Shawnee Indians launched three attacks on settlers in the 1700s in the famous Kerr’s Creek Massacre. It’s a fifteen minute drive into Lexington and the campuses of two major colleges, Virginia Military Institute (VMI) and Washington and Lee University (W&L). This Waterloo Creek farm is available through James River Realty for $194,500 as is. The value is in the land alone – you get the house in the bargain. Contact Brant Wymond at 540.570.5522 or [email protected]. Check out our pictures on our Facebook page click here.