'Paradise on the Cowpasture River' This spectacular country estate has a substantial custom built one owner home with a total of 2808 square feet of finished living area along with additional storage space. The well maintained stone and vinyl sided split level home is situated on a prominent site in a private setting and has many outstanding features. The room count includes entry foyer, living room, family room, two story sun room, formal dining room, eat-in-kitchen, master bedroom suite with sun room office and two walk-in-closets, three additional bedrooms, two full baths, one half bath, utility room and storage room. The home has a covered front porch, two decks and a covered patio. Additional improvements to the property include a large well built two car detached garage that has 828 sq. ft. of usable area with an overhead shop. The upper level shop has a heat pump system and rough in plumbing for easy conversion to a guest host house or studio/office. The property has asphalt paved driveway and parking area adjacent to home. This beautiful tract of land contains a total of 69.356 acres, more or less, located on Evans Lane McKinney Hollow Road (State Route 633). The stream frontage along the Cowpasture River total 738 feet. The property contains a good mix of open land including approximately 10 acres in a productive river bottom field. The woodland consists primarily of upland hardwoods with some scatter pine. The extraordinary recreational potential of this remarkable property is greatly enhanced by the U. S. Forest Service Tract with Walter L. Robinson River Access Point which is located directly across State Route 633 (McKinney Hollow Road). The list of High quality fun outdoor adventure available on or near this wonderful property would include kayaking, canoeing, swimming, fishing, hunting, hiking, bird watching and mountain biking. The open areas of the property could accommodate horse paddocks. The Virginia Horse Center is conveniently located nearby to the east in Lexington. The mystique and attraction for properties located on The Cowpasture River in western Virginia can not be overstated in the analysis of local real estate market.
From Daleville north on route 220 to route 633 (Mckinney Hollow Road) turn right go approximately 2 miles than right on Evan Lane after crossing Cowpasture River turn left on first drive way.