WASHINGTON — An historic bed and breakfast in Hume, Virginia, whose original structure was built as a tavern in 1787, just listed by Long & Foster’s Middleburg office for $1.495 million.
The Inn at Vineyards Crossroads includes 1.27 acres, an English garden, pool, hot tub and a guest cottage.
Five of the inn’s six bedrooms are guest suites with in-room bathrooms. The main house also includes a formal dining room, two family rooms, a library and a restaurant-grade kitchen. The original structure includes wide plank floors and a stone fireplace and chimney.
The Inn at Vineyards Crossroads is located near a number of Virginia wineries, including the Philip Carter Winery about a mile away.
The original section of the inn is a log tavern, originally called Barbee’s Tavern, which operated as a thriving business at the northwest corner of the village during colonial and Civil War times.
Click here to see details of The Inn at Vineyards Crossroads listing.
Jeff Clabaugh has spent 20 years covering the Washington region's economy and financial markets for WTOP as part of a partnership with the Washington Business Journal, and officially joined the WTOP newsroom staff in January 2016.