Summerfield InnAbingdon, Virginia
- Main 540-463-6688
- Cell 434-981-5680
- Fax 540-463-7122
Spacious and elegant! A gracious, 1920's era, Colonial Revival brick home with an owner?s quarters addition built in 1985 and a 1995 Carriage House addition.
The ground level, with 10’ ceilings, features a large entry foyer, a living room with a fireplace, a library/family room with a fireplace, a powder room, a dining room, a sunroom, a guest kitchen, the inn kitchen, and the laundry. The luxurious owner’s quarters is accessed from the kitchen and features 2 bedrooms and baths, a den or office with an outside entrance, and lots of closet space.
The second level, with 9’ ceilings, has 4 comfortable guest rooms and each has a private bath. The third level is a large, finished area with dormer windows on three sides, ideal additional space for the owners, and it could be a studio, a children’s playroom, or an office.
The Carriage House is joined to the main house by a covered breezeway. It has 3 guest rooms with individual temperature controls, a guest kitchen, a laundry, and 10’ ceilings throughout. The Carriage House guest rooms each have a private bath with a whirlpool tub.
All 7 guest rooms have TV’s, private telephones, and a data port for computers. The beautiful, .66+/- acre, corner lot has been professionally landscaped. The driveway and parking area are paved and illuminated, with space for at least 9 vehicles. There is also a one-car garage. The wrap-around porch invites guests to read or relax.
Abingdon is the oldest incorporated town west of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Located along I-81 and near I-77, Abingdon is easily assessable. The Creeper Trail, William King Regional Arts Center, the Virginia Highlands Festival, and the historic Martha Washington Inn are just some of the attractions and events that continue to attract visitors to the area.