"Renovated Farm House, Overall Creek Frontage, 6 Acres, Bring The Farm Animals! Rich in Civil War History, This Home Takes You Back in Time. Gorgeous original wood flooring through out. Large master suite with dressing room, sitting room, large walk in closet and private bath. The additional upstairs beds share a full bath. Downstairs is a warm fireplace in the sitting room, a dining room, living room and country kitchen opening to the sun room. Private balcony is upstairs leading from the master bedroom. Covered front porch and rear patio for entertaining. Creek on the property with a deep area for wading. Property was used in the civil war, perfect for the history buffs. The charm is present throughout the home from the crown molding & enchanting fireplaces, to the original rich colored hard wood floors. The first & second level porches provide an outdoor retreat where we can sit quietly and hear to the creek ripple. The acreage includes the overall creek with a 3' deep wading pool that spills into the river which is a short distance. There are fenced fields for livestock to roam, a chicken coup for fresh brown eggs, and an outbuilding for lawn equipment. Located on state maintained paved road. Brief History of 126 Overall Rd, Bentonville, VA 22610Present day Overall, VA was settled by John Overall in 1740 to look for silver and copper in the Shenandoah Valley. He cleared fields, built a plantation house (present day 126 Overall Rd), and married Maria Froman the granddaughter of one of the Valley~s original settlers Jost Hite (The Hite family built Belle Grove Plantation with the design assistance of Thomas Jefferson). In 1817 ~Milford~ was incorporated by Virginia at the junction of Overall Creek and the South Fork of the Shenandoah River. After the civil war ~Milford~ was renamed ~Overall~ In 1833, Isaac Overall the grandson of John Overall bought an additional 28,000 acres (44 square miles) that stretched from Bentonville south to Stanley in Page County and acr"