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Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Rurality Blog Hop #3 - Crowder House


This is the Crowder House in Fincastle built ca 1791. I've shown it to you before right here. It's for sale. It has been for quite some time. I remember going inside when it was a sort of coffee shop. You can purchase this sweet, historical log cabin for a measly $105,000! Is that crazy or what? Click here for the listing. And no, I'm not the selling agent nor do I get a commission, I just can't believe such an awesome little place is selling for such a little price! If only I had an extra hundred grand on hand!

The red brick building up on the right is the Kyle House. I've shown you William Kyle's grave right here and the steeple on the left belongs to the Fincastle Baptist Church which I gave you a glimpse of right here!

Linking with Madge at Rurality Blog Hop!

32 comments:

  1. I would love to buy that place. Oh for a bottomless check book ;)

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  2. That Crowder house is awesome. That is cheap. B

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  3. oh gosh, I can't even afford our flat, but I would buy this ..so charming!

    also, I like your perspective of the street :)

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  4. It's cute, it's old, I like it. But if I were to buy a log cabin, I'd want it to be in the middle of nowhere!

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  5. If I had a hundred thousand dollars, I'd lend it to you to buy it, interest free!

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  6. Love these houses, looks like a peaceful street.

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  7. There has to be a catch?! $105,000 does seem a snip for such a great looking little house!

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  8. Neat street view, Tanya. Love the faded appearance of your shot. Now let me see if I can find a few £'s to go to the movies today...!

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  9. Gorgeous street, I wish I had a 100 grand!!

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  10. Maybe all us bloggers could pool our money and buy it for a vacation destination! :)

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  11. i would love to be able to afford that.

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  12. It would be fun to own a little log building!

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  13. Awesome house! It would make a great coffee shop, wouldn't it? Wow.

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  14. Buy it,buy it, buy it!! I think it is beautiful!

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  15. So neat to have a little log cabin right downtown! Hope it sells quickly and whoever buys it puts in an awesome shop.

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  16. Oh, now that is a place I could really love! I bet those walls have seen a thing or two! Thanks for sharing!

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  17. That would make a great coffee shop! If only I had a 100 grand.
    I like Nancy's comment about all of us bloggers pooling our money and buying it for a vacation spot.

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  18. A fine old place with interesting lighting. A good choice for this special day.

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  19. I can't believe that amazing price, that would be unheard of through most major metro regions here in my corner of the woods! I love the idea of making this a coffee shop, I'm envisioning someone turning this into the cutest place:)

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  20. Wow, wouldn't that be cool to buy it! It would make a cute little antique/crafty store! :)

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  21. Ohh what a sweet place....too bad I already have a mortgage to pay off....SIGH.

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  22. How very peaceful a sight. Thank you. Please have a good Thursday.

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  23. Yes, it does seem like a low price, but many people would not want to live with their front door right on the street. I will pass, but will gladly visit when you buy it . . .

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  24. Looks like a great place for a stroll.

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  25. What a sweet little town! This would make a great antique shop! So many little shops are up for sale these days. Wish I had some money! xx

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  26. Excellent cityscape. a photo beautiful and creative, full of light and color.

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  27. Just love these historic homes, especially log cabins! I hope someone buys it and takes good care of it.

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  28. Thank you for joining in 'Rurality Blog Hop #3' Hope to see you next Wednesday for #4...

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