Get a Bird’s Eye View of this Beautiful Antebellum Estate
Built by William Gamble in 1822, this antebellum estate, called Riverside, sits on 14 acres on the Middle River in the Shenandoah Valley of VA. It is a Federal Period home with Williamsburg design influence. It has 7 working fireplaces plus a “summer” FP in the basement (3 sets of gas logs). The main house sits atop a knoll with sweeping views of the river from front and side, barn at rear and beautiful mature and seasonal landscaping. The barn was originally built for farm animals, perfect for housing horses, would also be perfect for the car enthusiast, farm equipment collector and more. The property features a 10 acre hay field fenced on 3 sides, river frontage includes deck, picnic table and fire pit, oversized 2 car garage and more!