The Alexander-Jackson House, circa 1860, is a wonderful, sun drenched, farmhouse that's had some updates. It has the best porches--one in front for the views over the neighbor's pastures and into the Blue Ridge/Shenandoah National Park while the side porch is two stories. Granite counters, a professional gas stove (underground propane tank), grace the kitchen plus there's room for breakfast table. Pantry space and a utility/sun room (perfect to start seedlings in) are also off the kitchen. The front stairs are were built in a local, classic Hawkins Style while the back stairs are not as grand and in an older style. The Main Bedroom Suite has a jetted tub, ample storage and old wide-plank flooring that looks like wormy chestnut, as do the other bedrooms. There are two more full baths, one on each level with the laundry centrally located on the upper level. Working from home should be easy enough with most cell phones having service and good internet via Comcast, but the views might provide a distraction. With a choice of doors into the house via the porches, there is a lot of flexibility as to how the house is used. There have been several repairs and upgrades made by the present owners that while not visible, were important costly items like upgrading the HVAC, insulation, roofing and more. Little space is wasted either as there are storage areas hidden throughout the house. The yard has mature landscaping, raised beds for gardening and herbs, and two large sheds and there's still lots of room for a larger garden. There is always a perfect porch no matter the weather, with views from the side porch best for viewing the Town of Washington. The half-acre lot is on a dead-end street but is close enough to easily walk to all the Town has to offer. With a location that is quite and feels private, the property shares a back property line with some of The Inn at Little Washington's gardens.