Available as a private residence or short-term rental, the Edmunds House in historic Garland Hill was built by lawyer and VMI graduate, James Easley Edmunds. This bright, sun-filled home boasts 54 windows, taking full advantage of spectacular sunsets and panoramic views of the Blue Ridge mountains. Enjoy the sunrise from the expansive wraparound porch overlooking the Black Water Creek natural area. The owners have lovingly restored the home to its original beauty, from the careful selection of historically correct Victorian paint colors to the restoration of woodwork. The large, open rooms are bright, livable and perfect for entertaining. The larger backyard also provides an area for entertaining or for children and pets to play. The home is in move-in ready condition and the agent can provide a list of updates. Some furniture can convey with an acceptable offer. Walk to the revitalized downtown or hike the adjacent Black Water Creek Trail. Potential for B&B. Not zoned for apartments.