residential

12178 Sam Snead Highway, Warm Springs Va 24484
  • $464,900
  • MLS #:136096


Square Ft:
  • 4,068 finished
  • 455.00 unfinished
Neighborhood:
  • None

Property Type: residential
Area: Bath
Year Built: 1948
Water View: None
Roof: Metal
Fence: None
Exterior Features: Gazebo, Paved Driveway
Land Description: Open, Rolling
Interior Features: Book Shelves
Garage: None
Utilities: High Speed Internet
Cooling: No Cooling System
Heating: Oil
Water: Public Water
Sewer: Public Sewer
Floors: Ceramic Tile, Wood
Basement: Full, Heated, Partially Finished, Walkout
Fireplace Type: 1
Appliances: As Is
Features: Fireplace, Guest Quarters
Annual Taxes: 2055.35
Tax Year: 0
Directions: Warm Springs, property on left if heading towards Covington, VA. Look for signs.
Crop Acres: 0.00
Pasture Acres: 0.00
Tillable Acres: 0.00
Wooded Acres: 0.00
First Floor Master Bedroom: Yes
Assessed Value: 373700.00
Attic: Scuttle
Conservation Easement: No
Current Use: Commercial/Business, Investment, Residential
Deed Book: 193/230
Elementary School: Valley Elementary
Middle School: Other (Use Remarks)
High School: Bath County High
Guest House: No
Historic: No
Land Use: No
Plat: No
POA: No
Road Maintenance Agreement: No
Road Frontage: Paved Road, US Highway
Rooms: 10
Subdivision? No
Tax Map #: 63A2 2 1
Tax Rate: 0.55
Type of Construction: Brick, Stick Built
Zoning: Business
Lot #: Yes
Rental Type: Yes
Welcome to Warm Springs Village! Dunhams Motor Lodge was built in 1948 by Orvis Dunham as an Inn for travelers to Bath County and the springs. The Warm Springs pools are just up the road! The unique fireplace in the lodge was built out of Stromatolites which actually are fossilized blue-green algae on limestone deposits. These fossils represent one of the oldest life forms on the planet. The Fireplace mantle is packed with an amazing rock and mineral collection including crystals, fossils, geodes, conceptions and Indian artifacts. It is believed that the collection belonged to Orvis Dunham. Once home to Seven Oaks Gallery the possibilities are endless. This gem could be used as a single family residence, art gallery, office space or apartment house.

Updated: 6/10/21
Status: Active
Courtesy of
Lexington Real Estate Connection

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