Circa 1855 farm manor house overlooking the South Branch of the Potomac River approximately 100 miles west of Washington, DC in the Appalachian foothills. Home includes 4 bedrooms with Queen sized beds, one pack-n-play, 5 televisions, wifi, 2 stand-up showers, formal dining room, eat-in kitchen with all major appliances, washer/dryer, hot tub, firepit, formal dining room, 3 livingrooms, a desk/workspace, wifi, outdoor patios and porches, grill, sunroom, on-site parking, and incredible views.
房源空間 Hot tub, Wasauna steam shower, double decker porches with panoramic views of the valley. Potomac Eagle Scenic Railroad runs right through the farm. Stay in and around a glorious piece of history.
Romney, WV is the oldest (technically a tie with Shepherdstown) town in West Virginia. It predates the state by over 100 years. George Washington stayed in Romney when, as a young man, he was a member of the survey party organized by Thomas Lord Fairfax to map his vast holdings in the Potomac river valley.