- Living area: 317 square meters
- Bathroom(s): 3
- Land area: 186964 square meters
- Construction year: 1868
Now eligible for the National Register, Old Manse was built in 1868 by Rev. Isaac W. K. Handy, author of an acclaimed Civil War journal and Pastor of Orange Presbyterian Church. Frame construction with a standing seam metal roof, this is a lovely center hall colonial situated on 46 acres inside the historic Town. The architecture is Greek Revival with Colonial Revival elements later added by Virginia Supreme Court Justice George Landon Browning. The lawn is defined by boxwoods now over 100 years old and mature perennial gardens and trees. The land is predominantly pasture and would lend itself to lots of agricultural uses. There is a large spring-fed pond and Mountain Views. In the Keswick Hunt & offered for the 1st time in 70 yrs.