Welcome inside of this beautiful home located in the heart of Luray! History surrounds you as soon as you pull into the driveway! This 4 bedroom 3 full bath home's stone foundation is a locally quarried and was built by Henry Mims of the Mimslyn Inn in 1928. Enjoy the original hardwood floors, arched door ways , large rooms, crystal door knobs, solid wooden doors & stone fireplaces. Even get a sneak peek at some of the architectural details left by the famous builder such as the M on the chimney. Stunning Mountain views from the home & front lawn surrounded by boxwood bushes for privacy. The kitchen and bathrooms have been renovated and updated mixing the new in with the old. You will find custom built bathrooms on each living level, and custom kitchen with new granite, appliances, & tile flooring! Walk across restored original oak flooring and staircase then marvel at the custom built in bookshelf in the formal living room with original restored corner cabinets! Home is being sold FULLY FURNISHED and with the barley used Kubota tractor/riding mower. This property is conveniently located next to Wedding Event Venues The Mimslyn Inn & Hotel Laurance has STUNNING mountain views! Area attractions include biking, hiking, caverns, kayaking, tubing, zip lines, & TripAdvisor. What more can you ask for when it comes to a historic home? This stunning home has a history and it is just waiting for your memories to be made! Schedule a showing today! 402. - Medium-Density Residential District R-2. (Ord. of 4-28-1980, § 1) (d)Bed and breakfast home. These regulations are established to allow the rental of bedrooms to guests in bed and breakfast homes while at the same time preserving the historical and residential character of the neighborhoods in which the dwellings are located. Bed and breakfast homes are allowed only along the listed major street to avoid bringing increased traffic and congestion by non-residents into this residential district in order to ensure that the corridor maintains its residential character. Bed and breakfast homes shall be permitted only in single-family attached dwellings.