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I'm sure this old abandoned little house has a few stories to tell.

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When the owners of this house began tearing away the siding an addition that had been built 150 years ago, they discovered this treasure underneath. It is believed to be the original Rocky Station Fort House built appx.1775 by Isaac Chrisman. The logs are hand-hewn held together by round pegs. Clay mud was used for the chinking. The fireplace was built of rocks from a quarry on the farm there is a hand-dug basement. The house was used as a hospital during the Civil War. Lee County, VA.

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Rustic beauty

Log House

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