The Monroe House at Mulberry Springs is a historic two-story Colonial residence (c. 1750's) situated in a picturesque complex of barns, guest cottages, and outbuildings on 15.4 rolling acres. The perfect getaway for a family or pair of couples.
Mulberry Spring Farm dates back to Colonial Virginia. The Mainhouse is a “two over two” style farmhouse built on hand-hewn heart pine beams over a dry-laid foundation. The house was slated for demolition in the 1950's. Fortunately, a retired military couple who appreciated its significance, bought it and lovingly invested in major restorations. Two subsequent owners continued the restoration process both to the house and property. Numerous fruit trees were planted and a local stonemason was hired to rebuild the rock foundations and the 200-year old stone walls.
Mulberry Spring is a charming, unique home located in a mountainside neighborhood.
The layout of the house is spacious and comfortable. The first floor consists of a living room, dining room, library/TV room, fully equipped eat-in kitchen, laundry room, and full bath with a shower. There are two staircases to access the second floor. Upstairs there are three bedrooms and one full bath with a claw-foot tub with a hand-held shower head. For safety and structural reasons guest are not permitted to walk out onto the porch upstairs. Attics are also off limits.