Year Built: 1800
Valhalla is a late 18th century brick house originally owned by Abraham Beydler, and more recently by Katie Couric and her late husband Jay Monahan as a country retreat. The current owners have sought to maintain the original characteristics and extensive restoration of the home. The just under 10 acres offer a picturesque setting of rolling pasture, river frontage, pool, and spectacular views in a serene environment. The home features one of the most elaborate mantles in the area. 4 bedrooms total with separate guest house and art studio. A continuously occupied, National Register of Historic Places plantation home. Centrally located to access both Edinburg and Woodstock, antique shops, and Bryce and Massanutten Resorts.Details about Valhalla
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