Rarely does a property become available in the Poplar Hill section of Big Stone Gap. This area is desired for its historical significance dating back to the settlement of much of Southwest Virginia. This home borders the Southwest Virginia Museum property (One of Virginia's Smallest State Parks) and is walking distance from the downtown area, Bullit Park and the Greenbelt Walking Trail. When you arrive at this home, you'll immediately be drawn in with the mature landscaping and large windows. Once inside, you're greeted with 9' ceilings and much of the original 1926 charm. The present owner has taken pride in restoring much of the home while adding modern amenities. The main living room has plenty of room for all your furniture. Just off the living area, you'll find the dining room hall and just off that is the completely remodeled kitchen. The kitchen features custom wood countertops, large cabinets and stainless appliances. Did we mention hardwood? Throughout the dowstairs living area, you'll find the original hardwood floors that have been re-finished and brought back to their original condition. You'll also find the large master bedroom and bathroom downstairs with a guest bedroom and small office space. The master bedroom also features a built in shower (surprisingly common for the era the home was built) that is still 100% functional. Upstairs, the current owner is currently remodeling (thus why you'll see construction equipment in some of the pictures). You'll find full drywall and freshly painted trim throughout. There are two additional bedrooms and a full bathroom upstairs. The owner has also installed a ductless HVAC system upstairs to help modernize the living space, without taking away from the classic elegance of the downstairs living space. Outside, the bulk of the 3 town lots that are included is flat, with a slight roll on one side that leads to the unfinished basement. Out back, you'll find a fenced in yard.