64 - The Pinnacle

House Mountain to the West
House Mountain to the WestLiving room - double reclining lounge sofaLiving roomDining area with view to the WestView from eating areaKitchen area and additional expandable dining table for fiveAdditional dining tableStairway to bedrooms on second floorMaster BedroomGuest bedroomSecond smaller guest bedroom with pullout futon for 2 children or 1 adult.
3 Reviews

From $114 / night

Pinnacle Lane, Lexington, VA 24450
64 - The Pinnacle
3 bedrooms
6 guests
No min stay

Overview Description


Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2.5
Sleeps: 6
Type: Townhouse
Per night: $160
Per week: $800
Pets allowed: No
Internet: Yes
Description of the Lexington vacation townhouse rental
Welcome to #64 Pinnacle Lane. The townhome was established as a couple's retreat with additional capabilities. It has sweeping views of the Allegheny Mountains from the south to the northwest over a working farm pasture in the Shenandoah Valley. It provides a sense of privacy as well as and the capability to entertain. This townhome is located 2 miles from the center of Lexington, Virginia, and all it has to offer.

Besides the master bed room, which stretches the width of the house, the unit can sleep two in a double bed in a small guest room and two children or an adult in a second smaller guest room.

The townhome has a 55 inch LED television and a double reclining lounge sofa in the living room with other upscale furniture. The dining area can sit as many as thirteen. The deck has unobstructed views oriented to the with House Mountain in the center of the view. Given its location on a pinnacle and away from traffic, it is very quiet.

A half bath is on the first floor; the second floor has two full baths. The master bedroom with bath has the same view as the deck.

David Wade

Area Information
Lexington was voted on the best top ten small towns in America a few years ago driven by its central location in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley, the two small but top rated colleges located here, outstanding restaurants, and proximity to the Blue Ridge Mountains and historical and cultural landmarks to include but not limited to the following:

Washington and Lee University campus (W&L)
Lee's Chapel at Washington and Lee University
W&L various academic and cultural events

Virginia Military Institute campus (VMI)
VMI Museum
Center for Leadership and Ethics, including the Hall of Valor
George Marshall Center and Museum
VMI Parades every Friday when in session and mornings of football games.
VMI various academic and cultural events

Antiques Mall
Duke's Antiques
Shops in Lexington
Carriage rides in Lexington
Military Memorabilia Museum
Virginia Horse Center
Hull's Drive-in Theater

Rockbridge County:
Rockbridge Vineyards
Wade's Mill
Goshen Pass - views, picnicking, swimming
Lake Robertson - views, picnicking, swimming, fishing, hiking
Village of Brownsburg
Devil's Backbone Brewery (1/4 mi,)
Natural Bridge
Natural Bridge Zoo
Virginia Safari Park
Southern Virginia University

Blue Ridge Parkway:
Sightseeing, hiking, historical sites, ranger tours, biking

Wintergreen Resort (1 and half hour)
The Homestead (1 and half hour)
Massanuten (1 and half hour)

West Virginia:
The Greenbrier, White Sulfur Springs (1 and half hour)
Jumping off point for Snowshoe Ski Resort (2+ hours)

About the owner

Owner Profile

David Wade

David Wade

David Wade

  • School:

    Attended VMI; graduated West Point and University of Alabama
  • Work:

    Retired: U. S. Army
  • About:

    I am a retired widower who's main interest is travel (domestic and international), family activities, and enjoying Lexington for all it has to offer.

    I enjoy the full range of activities and events across a myriad of cultural, historical, academic, and athletic experiences in Lexington, it's...
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Begins Ends Week
Weekly Monthly Min
Jan 01 2016 Dec 31 2017 - $160 $800 - -
Check In: 1 p.m. Check Out: 3 p.m.
Deposits: Rates start at $150 per night for two (2) Half of the total amount due (security and rent) to make reservation. Balance of the total amount due required 30 days before stay starts. No refund under 15 days unless other tenants found.
Payment Options: Cashier's Check, Personal Check
Other Fees: No other fees. No pets by tenants or guests of tenants No smoking by tenants or guests of tenants.

Reviews (3)

Reviews for this vacation townhouse rental in Lexington, Virginia

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November 11, 2014

We absolutely loved this property! It is amazingly well stocked with everything we needed in the kitchen. This would be a perfect family getaway spot; however, we used it for a girls' weekend. Lexington is delightful, with lots of small shops and terrific restaurants, so location is key. Loved the view! Happy hour on the deck was the highlight of the weekend.

Thomas Druen

Great Getaway

Thomas Druen


Great Getaway

October 29, 2014

The property was quiet, clean and just the ticket for my family. The kitchen was big enough for all to be involved in preparation. The bedrooms on the second floor allowed some to stay up late talking. It is close to everything yet far enough away to be peaceful. When warm enough try the deck to watch the sunrise shine on the mountains, Beautiful!!

Michelle Arendts Meredith

Fabulous time...and view!!!

Michelle Arendts Meredith

Nags Head, NC

Fabulous time...and view!!!

February 18, 2014

A few friends and I were in Lexington for a weekend long event at the horse center. Not only were we just a couple minutes from the horse center, but we were also extremely pleased with our accommodations. The town house was practically new and had everything we wanted/needed to make our stay just like home. And the view!!!!! We thoroughly enjoyed watching the cows come up and down the hills out the back door. They were so close! Over all...fantastic place and we look forward to our next stay!

David Wade

Owner's reply:

We are so glad you enjoyed it!

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What makes our vacation rental special?
A: What makes our vacation rental special is its view, sense of privacy, location and proximity to history, small town shopping, and the academic and cultural activities associated with two colleges.
Q: What are the major outdoor actifvites in the area?
A: Outdoor activities include but are not limited to hiking, fishing, hunting, swimming in pool or rivers, biking, walking, rafting and kayaking, and attending a variety of outdoor events.
Q: What are the major places to visit?
A: Major places to visit include but are not limited to the Blue Ridge Parkway, Natural Bridge, Washington and Lee University, the Virginia Military Institute, a winery, a brewery, two zoos, and historical sites.
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