The listing description refers to the 3.66 acre property only as "Trails End" and makes no mention that Chi Psi bought it in 1950, though it does mention the club era:
"Exceptional property and opportunity only minutes from the Rotunda and on 3.66 acres! Restore Trails End to its glory and maybe add a carriage house or two or develop the land using the 5 division rights. Dramatic stone work on the outside and in. Large entertaining rooms, covered porch, open deck and patio--this was built as a county [sic] club! Winter peek of the Blue Ridge Mts. More pictures to be added soon. Occupied, so please do not drive in the driveway without an appointment."There are currently no interior pictures for MLS #486402, 7,800 sq ft, ca. 1930.
The listing, however, has some awesome vintage photos. One has a beautiful pastoral view that looks out to what is now the 250 Bypass and urban sprawl, including K-Mart and the future home of Whole Foods, which is now one of the worst intersections in the City--Rt. 29 and Hydraulic Road.
Chi Psi seal copyright Chi Psi.