WIth Melanie Metz
Bernard Ross, 2021. Jubal Early, c 1880
Although we don’t have solid snow cover all winter, this is a beautiful time to be at Yellow Sulphur. Brillant sunrises, ruby red cardinals, and the stillness of the forest.
ANNOUNCING, for immediate release:
BLACKSBURG, VA historic landmark property is seeking a new steward.
$100,000.00 Finder’s Fee resulting in the sale of Historic Yellow Sulphur Springs resort in Montgomery County. Price: $2.5 million
Description: 54 acres with several historic residential buildings, the circa 1810 hotel structure, along with 3 modern buildings, including the Jeffersonian style house that the historic architect Gibson Worsham designed and had built in 2000, that houses the current owners. Wilson creek headwaters come through the property and the buildings are surrounded by towering 200 plus year old hardwood trees. The mineral spring flows from beneath the Italianate gazebo in the center of the property.
History: First settled by members of the Patton Scots-Irish traveler’s to the New River Valley, this hollow has hosted guests for hundreds of years. Throughout the 1800’s Yellow Sulphur Springs was more than just a resort that employed hundreds of local residents; it was also the summer home for noted Civil War generals BT Beauregard and Jubal Early, and the forming of the internationally famous Louisiana Lottery in 1868. Virginia Polytechnical University traces its formation to meetings at “The Yellow” in 1870. Yellow Sulphur Springs was a premier “black” resort in the late 1920’s, and housed hundreds of transients during the Great Depression.
We’re grateful to be featured on WDBJ on 11/02/2020