Stately Home in the Heart of Historic Lexington, Virginia

Stately Home in the Heart of Historic Lexington, Virginia


Jan 2013

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5 Bedrooms
Sleeps 8
3 Bathrooms

About our home

Enjoy your morning coffee on the front porch of this stately home overlooking the sweeping lawns of one of Lexington's grandest streets.

Located just two blocks from downtown, our beautifully appointed home was completely renovated five years ago and is an excellent starting point for exploring the Shenandoah Valley, Blue Ridge and Allegheny Mountains, Civil War and other historic sites, as well as nearby Monticello and Charlottesville.

Lexington is a thriving small town, with two universities, good shopping and restaurants, and an active arts, theatre and music scene.

Also check out our VRBO listing and reviews at

It just feels so "livable".

Smithsonian Magazine: "The 20 Best Small Towns to Visit"
CNN: "America's Coolest Small Towns" "America's Quintessential Small Towns"
Travel and Leisure Magazine: "America's Best College Towns"

We're located less than 3 hours from Washington DC and Historic Williamsburg.


William's reviews

As a host (2)

More about us

  1. We're semi-retired professionals

  2. Bill is a former Canadian diplomat and Donna was a senior mortgage consultant

  3. We have a passion for the arts, home design and architecture, history, sea and mountains

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Where is it?


Buzzy restaurants
Maple Hall, The Red Hen, Matsumoto Sushi, Southern Inn
Cool bars
Southern Inn, The Bistro
Cozy cafés
Retail therapy
Downtown shops and farmer's market
Bit of culture
Lenfest Center for the Arts
Walks in the park
Woods Creek, Hanlon's Point, Natural Bridge, Washington and Jefferson National Forests
Spot of exercise
Squash, tennis, swimming, hiking
Day tripping
Blue Ridge Mountains, Monticello, The Homestead Inn

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