208 Musket Lane, Locust Grove VA 22508 (represented Buyer) (Sold)
SOLD (Represented Buyers)
208 Musket Lane, Locust Grove VA 22508 is a one-level ranch-style home in Lake of the Woods, Virginia. This 1970’s foreclosure is a bit of a “time capsule” on an extra-large lot, close to the main entrance, and features a 2-car detached garage and fully-enclosed screen porch on the back. It has 3 bedrooms and 1.5 bathrooms. A project for sure, but it’s sure to be a charming home when my buyers finish their renovation.
Lake of the Woods is a gated recreational community located in Orange County in the heart of the Virginia Piedmont. Lake of the Woods offers seasonal and year-round living, with a multitude of amenities and activities for all ages. You can enjoy boating or water-skiing on the main lake, a round of golf on the 18-hole PGA golf course, dinner and drinks at the club house or any number of other outdoor activities such as tennis, basketball, soccer, horseshoes, horseback riding, swimming; or take in a play or participate in one of the many clubs. 24-hour security is provided for the community, as well as on-site fire and rescue. A variety of restaurants are nearby, and shopping is just a short drive to either Fredericksburg or Culpeper.
You’ll want to take the opportunity to immerse yourself in the history of this area…from the beginnings of the country, to the civil war, to the German settlements and the gold mines; everywhere you go you are touched by history and walk in the footsteps of the likes of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, and even Daniel Boone.
Lake of the Woods is centrally located to Washington, DC, Richmond, VA and Charlottesville, VA, and a short drive to either the Atlantic Ocean beaches or the Blue Ridge Mountains. You’ll find quaint, historic towns, pastoral views of farmlands, majestic mountain scenery, abundant wildlife and plenty of outdoor activities such as skydiving, hiking, white water rafting, snow skiing, and sailing. Or check out the local wineries and breweries, the antique shops and the many fine restaurants, or the Library of Congress Packard Theater. I can’t think of a better place to call home!