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Red Flags for Home buyers  Buying a home is an emotional process: red flags are a way to take a step back and take a moment to truly evalu...

Red Flags for Home buyers Buying a home is an emotional process: red flags are a way to take a step back and take a moment to truly evalu...

Beth Paisley - Google+

Beth Paisley - Google+

As of 2010, 40% of households headed by an American under 35 were on the hook for a student loan. Meanwhile, the real wages of young college...

Will Student Loan Debt Derail Your Children’s Homeownership Dreams?

As of 2010, 40% of households headed by an American under 35 were on the hook for a student loan. Meanwhile, the real wages of young college...

Updated home with 2 Master suites, gleaming pine floors, granite countertops, tons of windows with natural light, grand wood burning stone f...

Updated home with 2 Master suites, gleaming pine floors, granite countertops, tons of windows with natural light, grand wood burning stone f...

Beth Paisley - Google+

Beth Paisley - Google+

Long Branch Plantation near Winchester VA is working to become the most accessible and cutting-edge historic home in America. The historic s...

Long Branch Plantation near Winchester VA is working to become the most accessible and cutting-edge historic home in America. The historic s...

Beth Paisley | Realtor | Long and Foster/Webber | Winchester | Virginia - Google+

Beth Paisley | Realtor | Long and Foster/Webber | Winchester | Virginia - Google+

HOME FOR SALE 5 MILES EAST OF WINCHESTER VA. PERFECT FOR COMMUTERS. 6.7 ACRES FARMETTE READY FOR HORSES

HOME FOR SALE 5 MILES EAST OF WINCHESTER VA. PERFECT FOR COMMUTERS. 6.7 ACRES FARMETTE READY FOR HORSES

The Stonewall Jackson's Headquarters Museum is a house in Winchester, Virginia that was owned by Lieutenant Colonel Lewis Tilghman Moore, commander of the 31st Virginia Militia. Later, while commanding the 4th Virginia Infantry, Moore offered his home to serve as the headquarters for Confederate Major General Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson. Jackson lived in the home from November 1861 to March 1862 and was joined by his wife in December 1861.

The Stonewall Jackson's Headquarters Museum is a house in Winchester, Virginia that was owned by Lieutenant Colonel Lewis Tilghman Moore, commander of the 31st Virginia Militia. Later, while commanding the 4th Virginia Infantry, Moore offered his home to serve as the headquarters for Confederate Major General Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson. Jackson lived in the home from November 1861 to March 1862 and was joined by his wife in December 1861.

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