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124 Chestnut in the Old West End

124 Chestnut Street, Danville, , 24541
  • 2 baths
  • 3 beds
  • 1,287 sq ft
  • 4,800 sq ft.
, Property Website Date Posted: June 24, 2018


Circa 1890

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About This Old House

Conveniently located and a contributing historic property to Danville’s Old West End National Historic District.

Constructed in the 1890s, this smaller home incorporates many Queen Anne details. The running-bond brick walls are topped by an unusual curved bracket cornice with an inset gutter. The unusually steep gable roof is covered with standing-seam metal. The house has one-over-one windows with splayed jack arches and an arched main doorway. A gabled section containing a wide triple window projects to the front, giving variety to the form of the building. The exterior of the house has been recently rehabilitated.

Beginning in 1908, this home was occupied by the Fred W. Chaney family. Fred passed in 1935. His widow Stephie Lee stayed on until her eviction by a new owner in 1946.

Annual property taxes are $175, and will remain at that level for 15 years through Danville’s rehabilitation tax abatement program.

An architect’s report on this home is available to prospective purchasers.

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