The state of Virginia is one that offers a long rich history, beginning with the start of our nation’s independence and although our Vacation Properties Made Simple River Mill House isn’t quite that old, its history gives it hospitality and style you will want to make your own during your Virginia explorations. Built in the 19th century and offering a warm and welcoming 5 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms, its blend of historic charm and modern conveniences makes it one of our more popular properties, especially for larger traveling groups. Up to 10 guests can live together in peace and harmony and the views of the river that runs just beyond the property’s edge give the space air of tranquility that can only be found at the river’s edge.

Vacation House in Virginia

The front porch of the River Mill house invites guests to have a seat, enjoy a sip of their favorite beverage, and savor the views of the river. This vacation house in Virginia offers a Victorian charm, standing tall and proud against the Virginia countryside, and offers multiple covered porches so as to experience the views from all angles. A porch swing hangs on the curved veranda of the front porch, providing a spot to enjoy quiet conversations and whispered secrets.

Inside high ceilings, hardwood floors, and wide baseboards offer proof of its history while modern conveniences ensure that everyone who sits on the velvety sectional in the living room is comfortable while watching the state-of-the-art television mounted on the wall to the side of the fireplace; the tiled fireplace adds romance and extra warmth in the colder seasons. The dark wood mantle provides more historic charm and the original green tiles harken back to those simpler days.

The farmhouse kitchen is an inviting room, offering custom cabinets painted rich hunter green, an apron sink, and sleek stainless steel appliances. Three visitors can pull up a barstool at the white stone counter that contrasts beautifully with the rich green of the cabinets and small appliances perched on those counters to ensure that every morning will start out properly caffeinated! The dining room, centered between the living room and kitchen features a long farmhouse wood table surrounded by 6 chairs and one very inviting bench built into the window that looks over the yard. A doorway that is more window than wood leads out to another portion of the wraparound porch where two friendly rocking chairs wait to be put to use.

River Mill House is a vacation house in Virginia filled with happy comforts and peaceful surprises, including a plush chair under the stairs, a colorful stained-glass window overlooking the stairs, and a bedroom on the main floor that permits those with mobility issues to avoid the stairs altogether! A brass canopy surrounds the king bed topped with crisp white bedding and sea blue throw pillows, and an antique armoire and dresser lend historic charm to the bright and airy space. A teal velvet topped settee sits against a wall of windows covered with shades you can pull down for privacy and cheerful blue and white curtains. This spacious room provides an ensuite bath that includes a period-appropriate claw foot tub and a porcelain pedestal sink that sits atop another antique bureau. The claw foot tub comes with its own wood tray, perfect for holding a book, tablet, candle, and glass of wine, in case you are interested in a quiet and peaceful adventure.

A full laundry room on this level always comes in handy for traveling families and ends the tour of the first floor. Wood stairs lead the way to the private spaces of River Mill House and an open loft air with original hardwood floors upon which sits a beautiful wood armoire. The 4 remaining bedrooms are decorated in period style, but also contain modern mattresses that are plush and inviting. A twin bed and marble-topped bureau share access to a full bath and a second bedroom offer 2 full beds with antique headboards and convenient benches at the foot of each bed. A room filled with windows that keep the space bright is centered by an iron-framed queen bed topped with a soft quilt features a state-of-the-art television on the opposite wall and a Jack and Jill bath that shares access with the final bedroom, also offering a queen bed with antique headboard and its own TV.

The Quiet of Country Life

Wraparound porches offer different views, depending on which one you are relaxing in, and a short walk down to the river’s edge leads guests to a fire pit surrounded by Adirondack chairs. This will be where ghost stories are told, marshmallows are roasted, and incredible memories will be made! Reserve this special vacation house in Virginia today and let your soul relax with the quiet and peace of country life.