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Built in 1829 by Reuben Perry, known for his work at Jefferson’s Poplar Forest and Hampden-Sydney, this home was constructed for Henry A. Watkins, son of Col. Joel Watkins who came to Charlotte Co before it was formed. "Woodfork" is on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Virginia Landmark. The barn and brick kiln on the property are also considered to have historical significance. Inside, you will find the beauty of a historic home with the luxuries that today’s family desires. The kitchen is not only massive, but it also has gorgeous granite countertops, a dual fuel stove, 2 ovens, cherry cabinets, a subzero fridge and freezer that are in cherry cabinets, a dumbwaiter that services all 3 floors, dishwasher, and a fireplace. The floors are original hand sawn pine, a total of 12 fireplaces with mantles, 7 chandeliers, 6 bedrooms, 3 and one-half baths, 2 kitchens, and a copper roof. Outside the home is a beautiful 34.94-acre estate with 15 open acres and the rest in timber, a 120’x100’ barn with stables to house 16 horses and a bold creek runs along the property. The amenities here are too many to name individually, so come take a look at this wonderful property today!
From Pamplin, take Route 47 South to Cullen, make right on 660 (Virginian Rd), then a left on route 650 (Woodfork Road), home will be on the left.