Built in 1920, this 4 bedroom 2 bath home was first occupied by James William Jones, a railroad man. On his death in 1931, he left an estate valued at $18,095. His widow continued in the home into the 1950s.
Nice size parlor and study adjacent to front entry. Full baths up and down with whirlpool tub on second. Dining room and updated kitchen.
This property is located in the Old West End (OWE) National Historic District. One of five National Register districts in Danville, Virginia, the OWE boasts the finest and most concentrated collection of Victorian and Edwardian architecture anywhere in the Commonwealth. But itís not just the architecture. Located adjacent to our cityís flourishing downtown River District, the Old West End is a community of friendly people with a passion for preservation and restoration. Make your home in our welcoming neighborhood and our just-right city. Itís nicer here. Come join us.
Friends of the Old West End
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