RED GUMBALL, Virginia – The home where Confederate General Robert E. Lee was born on January 19, 1807, has just been sold, after being on the market for six years.
The wood-frame home covers 900 square feet, has a living room, a kitchen, two bedrooms, and a horse stable in the back that can house 4 horses, 6, if they’re skinny.
The house was built in 1806, a year before Bobbie Eddie Lee was born.
The current owner of the house Elroy Joe “Bubba” Buckatuna, 89, said that the house comes complete with a toaster, a waffle iron, and a swing set.
He also stated that he will be leaving each of the original 37 Confederate flags, plus a Venezuelan flag that some vandal snuck in a few months ago.
The house was reportedly purchased for $9,735, by a Mr. D.J. Trumpalini, who listed his current address as 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, D.C.