Rappahannock County, VA Homes For Sale

Rappahannock County, VA, Homes For Sale

3 Beds 2 Baths
Iron Willow Farm on Lee Highway offers convenience and privacy with lots of options all on a fenced 9.5 acre lot. The three-bedroom, two bath home has an excellent kitchen/dining area with new appliances in 2021, butcher block counter tops, an open living/family room, and a wraparound porch to drink in the great outdoor views and sunsets. In 2020 a new roof and gutters were installed along with the exterior house painted. Stay connected with high-speed COMCAST internet. Generator does convey. A highlight of the lot is the two acre stocked spring-fed pond-with its own sandy beach. The balance of the land is open for animals and play, a fenced vegetable garden, or wooded for privacy. Additionally, you'll love the creek and all the nature it attracts. There are also several outbuildings for hobbies, and farm animals! A Rustic Barn/Cabin has been converted into rooms for office, living or studio space. Full bathroom on main level and half bath on lower. Barn/Cabin has it's own electrical meter plus washer/dryer hook up. A wraparound porch invites you to watch sunsets as you cook and entertain out of the rustic kitchen. Potential abounds at the Farmette on Lee Highway-this would make an outstanding farm store, winery, or a family oasis. The property is a quick 15 minute drive to Warrenton for shopping and dining. In the opposite direction, you have the Town of Washington, Sperryville and the Thornton Gap Entrance to the Shenandoah National Park with its trails, vistas and nature.

14408 Lee Hwy, Amissville

Listing courtesy of Cheri Woodard Realty. Contact:

3 Beds 3 Baths
Stillpoint Farm, located off Piedmont Avenue is a turn-key luxury estate in the heart of the Virginian Piedmont. No detail has been overlooked resulting in a stunning home made for family and entertaining with High Speed Comcast Internet. The property is just over 21 acres of beautiful, rolling fields with gentle forests that offer both privacy and habitat for local flora and fauna. A small stream weaves through the land. As part of the lot is an additional 1 +/- acre lot that is already divided, is buildable, and has its own access to Piedmont Avenue. The views from the property drink in the surrounding farms with the Blue Ridge mountains in every direction. The paved driveway leads to the heart of the property-the stone and stucco main house, and gently ebbs as you near the home. The driveway leads to the front door with guest parking to the right. To the left is the detached two-bay garage that has a dedicated equipment bay and stately wood bay doors. Adjacent to the garage is a convenient kitchen garden steps from the kitchen. The extensive ornamental gardens have been lovingly maintained over the years and have many established specimen plants. Each area around the home offers an exciting new vantage point. The three-bedroom, three-bath main house has been meticulously maintained .Built in 2002, the home seems almost brand new. The main entry to the home is elegant and convenient for guests arriving and leads to the heart of the home. The kitchen is a chef's dream with fine finishes, top of the line appliances, custom cherry cabinets, and more. The combo butler's pantry/mudroom with rear access to the garage connects the rear of the property to the kitchen. The kitchen is open to the two-story living room with its 24-foot ceilings and four wood-burning fireplace. The separate, formal dining room is perfect for enjoying special holidays and events with friends and family. There are several spots on this level to rest and reflect, including a guest suite and full bathroom. The stairs lead from the living room to the second floor. The landing on the second floor is a large loft that could be used as an office or sitting area. The fantastic primary suite offers a balcony, walk-in closets and bathroom worthy of the five-star resort complete with soaking tub. The upper level is completed with an additional bedroom suite that also has access to the balcony. The lower level has a large work-out area, a climate control wine room and a movie theater. Along with the home’s utilities and additional storage. The luxurious gunite, salt water pool beautifully fits within the surrounding architecture, landscape for a serene summer. The adjacent pool house has a pocket (hidden) kitchenette, a full bath with a unique, walk-in stone shower, and a second floor bedroom. Large, French doors open out to the pool deck. Outside the pool house is an amazing outdoor kitchen with a large built-in Viking Propane grill and a covered dining and patio area with a propane fire pit. Stillpoint Farm on Piedmont has all the turn-key amenities you expect from the luxury resort with the quintessential charm of an historic town a minute away. In addition to the famed Inn, the Town of Washington is home to Patty O’s for coffee and casual dining and Ours Noir features Cajun, Creole and French inspired cuisine. The town also has several galleries and shops featuring fantastic local art and inspired gifts. As Washington is the county seat it also has the county government offices, the Rappahannock Historical Society and the Washington Post Office. Just a short drive to either Flint Hill or Sperryville offer even more dining and shopping options. Grocery shopping and big box stores abound in nearby Warrenton, Culpeper and Front Royal. The Thornton Gap entrance to the Shenandoah National Park is a pleasant 20 minute drive.

315 Piedmont Ave, Washington

Listing courtesy of Cheri Woodard Realty. Contact:

1 Beds 1 Baths
Historic Washington Mill: --This storied Mill is ready for its next chapter! With the recent expansion plans of the Inn at Little Washington just getting underway and ongoing development at “Rush River Commons” just across Warren Ave from the Mill, the time is ripe for this historic icon to become the new icon of commerce for the “First Washington”! —The Mill Building, with roughly 4000 SF of floor area, shored up structural support, freshly painted roof and electricity, can serve, in its current condition, as the anchor and backdrop for a variety of endeavors. It sits at the low edge of a steep embankment (that could be terraced to form a natural amphitheater) with a meadow area on the river side, ideally suited to a variety passive recreational uses such as concerts, picnics. The upper (western) 1 acre plateau above the embankment is relatively flat, has a solid slab (former foundation of 1950’s era drive-in-restaurant) a drip, waste-water drain field and could accommodate 60 odd parking spaces and 15 or more “Tiny House” housing units, or Converted Container retail spaces. These upper and lower sections west of the Rush River are zoned Commercial General. The area on the east side of the river, which is zoned Agricultural, can be devoted to drain-field us and will accommodate additional recreational uses (hiking, for example), and also houses remnants of a colonial roadbed. The river itself connects (through existing box-culvert under 211) to the County Park to the south. The zoning of the lot is such that most uses are allowed by right. —Brief History: --The former town mill of “Little” Washington, VA supplied flour, meal and grain to the town from the late 1700’s to the early 1900’s. --The stone foundation of the current structure is believed to date from ca. 1790, the third floor likely ca. 1840 and upper levels ca. 1860. --During the Civil War the site served as a neutral bartering place. --Once again on the periphery of war, local lore has it that much of the mill’s inner workings and machinery, including the water wheel, were scrapped during WWII to salvage metal components to be melted down for use to support the war effort. --In the 1950’s it was host to a VA Symphony concert, at which time, it’s believed, some improvements were made to shore-up the stone perimeter of the first 2 levels. --In the 1960’s the site was host to the Blue Ridge Music Festival. —The building, while needing extensive renovation, is in fairly good condition with many historical elements preserved, including the rubble stone foundation, massive timbers, mortised-tenored-and-pegged together, hand-hewn smaller timbers with chafing and lamb’s tongue details on posts and beams and paneling secured with hand-made nails as well as partial remains of the mill’s inner workings. -- -The Mill is listed on the National Register and is also a VA Historic Landmark and soon to be Icon of Commerce.

18 Old Mill Rd, Washington

Listing courtesy of TTR Sothebys International Realty. Contact: (703) 319-3344

4 Beds 3 Baths
THE PEACE OF THE MOUNTAIN: A very unique and private property. The home parcel is 47.5 acres at 800' elevation on Mason Mountain. It includes the gentle crest and both sides of the mountain. Another 5 acres (not a building lot) includes a riverside field on the tumbling Thornton River with a covered picnic deck overlooking from the hill. Drive past fine farms and estates on your way to the mile long woodland driveway. Pass the covered deck up the hill on the right after the first fork. Mason Mountain is a perfect wildlife habitat with a spring fed stream, the Thornton River, forest trails and a variety of mature oaks and other woodland species. MAIN LEVEL FLOOR PLAN consists of living room with wood stove & dining room combination, overlooked by a one step up granite countered kitchen. Large entertaining deck, two bedrooms and a full bath. Spacious UPPER LOFT overlooks the Great Room and serves as the Primary Suite with full bath and private back balcony. LOWER LEVEL can serve as private Separate Quarters with a TV/ living room with free standing wet bar, bedroom (or exercise room etc with outside entry, full bath, laundry and a one car garage/shop for potential expansion of living area if needed. Hookup and gasoline generator for emergency power. MACHINE SHED has 2.5 bays and is hidden but not far from the house. 25 - 125 mgb INTERNET via TMobile Cellular Hot Spot at this elevation. A fine package for a mountain getaway only a short drive from DC. Old Rag Mountain and White Oak Canyon not far. Sperryville and Washington VA each about 6 miles.

148 Mason Mountain Ln, Woodville

Listing courtesy of Real Estate III of Washington. Contact:

3 Beds 1 Baths
A petite perfect package, this Peola Mills pearl shines. A complete and very stylish renovation from top to bottom, inside and out, was just completed. Sit on the welcoming front porch and listen to the soothing sounds of the Hughes River just down the road while you gaze at a shoulder of well-known Old Rag Mountain. Only 10 minutes from Sperryville and about 5 minutes from the Old Rag trailhead, this home is well situated for all of your Rappahannock adventures. With 3 bedrooms, 1 bath and a low-maintenance half-acre parcel, there is plenty of room for you and your friends to spend the weekend exploring and then settle in for a cozy evening on the deck or playing lawn games in the big back yard. Easy access from Route 231 makes this a great commuter location to Culpeper or Charlottesville as well. The home has gorgeous and durable luxury vinyl plank flooring throughout. The living room, with its bay window, leads to the dining area and kitchen beyond. The kitchen has luminous solid-surface counters and a farmhouse sink, a touch-controlled faucet, and custom-painted cabinets. Just off the kitchen and dining area is a large back deck for grilling and dining alfresco. The front porch and back deck feature Trex decking and vinyl/metal railings. The three bedrooms each have lovely views of the surrounding countryside. The hall bath has a classic claw foot tub/shower combination and a clever nook to accommodate a stacked washer and dryer. Install appliances of your choice and add your own touch to this thoughtfully redesigned home. The half-acre parcel is surrounded on two sides by a large farm with open fields and a charming old farmhouse on the third side. Across the road is another open farm field and spectacular mature trees provide strategic shade and privacy.

17 Peola Mills Rd, Sperryville

Listing courtesy of Cheri Woodard Realty. Contact:

3 Beds 4 Baths
A rare find in Rappahannock! Nestled in the heart of the historic Sperryville village at the base of Shenandoah National Park, this property boasts TWO residences on one parcel! The circa 1830 rural gothic farmhouse offers rustic charm while the late 19th century barn has been completely reimagined into a dramatic residence. Live in one & rent out the other! First, explore the magnificent transformation of the circa 1890 barn. Originally built as stables for the local ordinary down the street, it has been converted into a spectacular home w/ ceilings soaring almost 17 feet high. Slide open the barn doors and you are greeted with the front entry, welcoming you to a truly modern home. Original barn beams were retained, but everything else in the interior is completely new! The chic, open living kitchen blends black and white shaker kitchen cabinetry with leathered granite, sleek quartz, polished brass & white oak accents. Brand new energy efficient LG appliances round out the kitchen package. Relax in the massive living area and cozy up in front of the designer wood burning fireplace. Custom lighting is featured throughout the barn, from subtle accents lights around the perimeter to Legrand SmartHome Dimmers that can be controlled from your phone. Truly an experience for all of your senses, Sonos Architectural Speakers envelope the room to create a chill vibe or set the stage for a dance party. The thoughtfully selected glass railings on the upper loft help maintain the airy feel of the space & offer a perfect vantage point to see the open floor plan. Head back towards the bedroom for even more drama: the ensuite bath has a monolithic glass shower w/ the tallest rainfall shower you've ever seen. Floating custom vanity, quartz countertops, Kohler fixtures, & black factory-style window grid round out the design forward bathroom. The private rear bedroom includes a wall of closets w/ ample storage, more living space & a continuation of the sophisticated lighting throughout. Below the loft is a second full bathroom for guests as well as a laundry & mechanical room w/ extra storage. The systems of the home are completely modern & include hydronic radiant heated floors, new water filtration systems w/ UV, new water softener & new Trane HVAC central air. The picturesque farmhouse, originally built as a one-room log cabin, was expanded to include a second level in 1872. In 2006 the house was completely modernized: historic details such as the wide-plank heart pine flooring & original wavy glass windows were carefully preserved. The spacious living room, crowned w/ exposed ceiling beams, accesses the classic country kitchen featuring sage green cabinets and quartz countertops. From the kitchen window atop the farm sink you can gaze over a spacious backyard. Upstairs, the primary bedroom includes a large walk-in closet and the adjacent full bath boasts beadboard wainscoting and a perfect skylight to capture morning sun. The upstairs den can easily function as a second bedroom or office and is flooded with light on three sides. Downstairs, the mudroom & powder room are just off the kitchen & accessible from a large side porch, perfect for enjoying cocktails on a quiet summer evening. To boot, the farmhouse also features a brand new Trane HVAC central air system. Ideally situated in the village of Sperryville, this property offers a truly walkable lifestyle in the middle of the Virginia countryside. Local favorites like Before & After coffee shop, Rappahannock Pizza Kitchen, Stonewall Abbey Wellness, Three Blacksmiths plus galleries and shops are just down the street. HIGH SPEED INTERNET too! Enjoy an outdoor focused lifestyle w/ Shenandoah National Park & Skyline Drive nearby. The property is just off 211 & offers an easy drive of only 1.5 hours to/from Washington, DC. Come discover charming 19th century properties transformed for a modern, 21st century lifestyle!

3727 & 3729 Sperryville Pike, Sperryville

Listing courtesy of Compass. Contact: (202) 386-6330

4 Beds 6 Baths
Millwood Farm combines history, comfort, and craftsmanship in equal measure.  Situated on a small bluff, the farmhouse is at the core of the farm.  Various outbuildings are connected to the house by garden areas with centuries old boxwood lined paths.  Views of the Blue Ridge from the house and gardens are centered on Old Rag Mountain in the distance.  In the foreground are the pastures and paddocks of Millwood and neighboring farms.  It is an idyllic setting for those who wish to enjoy a relaxed country life. Built in 1836 to the highest standards of the day, the main house remains an example of quality workmanship throughout its nearly 200 years of existence.  Noted cabinet and furniture maker, Peter Kramer, spent over 40 years adding custom touches to all the main rooms and providing exquisite detailing to wall panelling, bookcases, kitchen cabinetry and other built-in furniture. Today the house is a very comfortable home for either a young family or those seeking a weekend or retirement home.  Sited on a gentle rise, the house has expansive mountain, garden, or pastoral views from every window.   The main level master bedroom provides easy access with additional bedrooms on the upper level.  The basement level has more informal family gathering spaces, and has a suite of rooms that could very easily be converted into an in-law suite with very little effort. Millwood Farm has a cluster of outbuildings that create an intimate courtyard feel behing the house.  Connected by bluestone and cobblestone paths, the attached garage is connected by a gateway to a carriage house with upstairs loft. This building could be easily converted into a guest house.   Around the corner are two additional outbuilding with garage doors that be used for storage, small livestock, or as workshops.  An old pump house is in the center of the back courtyard and beyond that is the pool area anchored by a log cabin that serves as a pool house and outdoor entertaining space. Surrounding the house and outbuildings are centuries old boxwoods that provide garden walls to a series of garden rooms between the house and the farm itself.  These intimate gardens are planted with a variety of perennials, groundcovers, and annuals.   A small garden pond and fountain is a focal point right off the side porch of the kitchen and extends to flagstone coping around the pool.  The log cabin pool house is surrounded by a bluestone terrance and a long pergola that frames the view of the mountains beyond.  The perennial borders at the front of the house provide four seasons of interest upon arrival to the farm.   Behind the carriage house is a series of raised beds in a kitchen and cutting garden. There are approximately 20 acres of grazeable land on Millwood Farm. The farmland is fenced for horses and has a number of paddocks and aisleways between them. There is a barn that serves as a machine shed for farm implements. All paddocks have run-in sheds and all have an automatic water source. The back boundary of the farm is a bold creek that empties into Blackwater Creek. The expansive front lawn is partially fenced and can easily be converted in to pasture for grazing or haymaking. While ideal for horses, with some minor adjustments the farm works easily well for cattle, or small livestock such as sheep or goats. The storage barns can be reconfigured for almost any agricultural use and the machine barn provides excellent equipment storage and maintenance facilities. Additional land is potentially availble for purchase as well.

4733 Sperryville Pike, Woodville

Listing courtesy of Washington Fine Properties, LLC. Contact:

3 Beds 3 Baths
Willow Glen Farm is a Rappahannock treasure. For nearly 300 years this farm, tucked away at the foot of Old Rag mountain, has been an active self-sufficient farm and homestead. In the 21st century it has become a quiet retreat and the buildings that once hosted a hive of activity now provide a charming backdrop to the gardens and scenery beyond. Nestled in its own private valley, Willow Glen has the dramatic backdrop of the Blue Ridge Mountains centered on the imposing mass of Old Rag mountain. In the foreground pastures, ponds, streams, and wooded glens provide a more gentle view. There are miles of trails crisscrossing the woodlands and mountainside that are perfect for hiking, walking the dog, or riding your horse. The farm house is surrounded by gardens, pool, lawns and small dependencies. It is, in short, the perfect place to be removed from the world and enjoy nature’s beauty in a private setting. Offered for sale for only the second time in 200 years, Willow Glen is ready for you to put your own stamp on the property. Relax in the cozy farmhouse or gardens while enjoying the spectacular views. The farm is set up to allow for just that. But for the more hands-on buyer, it’s also an ideal place to pursue agricultural dreams, as the property is an ideal candidate for vineyard, orchard, or livestock operation in a gorgeous setting. Whatever your country desires may be, Willow Glen is the perfect place to indulge them. Built around a 1764 log cabin, the 1890s farmhouse was completely renovated and expanded in the early 21st century to include a two story great room and modern double glazed windows and energy efficient heating and cooling. The current configuration is based on a classic center hall farmhouse with a two over two configuration. The kitchen extension was renovated in 2009 to provide plentiful working space for active chefs and a spacious eat-in area. A large solar array tucked away from view is able to power the house and heat the pool. The superb energy efficiency in no way dimishes the charm that has developed in almost 300 years of habitation. Today the residence is a very comfortable home nestled amongst a grouping of outbuildings that once served as a summer kitchen and pump house and now provide a spectacular courtyard setting and additional outdoor living space for the main house. Opposite the courtyard and attached to the great room is a large pergola which shadows a generous flagstone terrace overlooking the pool and the mountains beyond. Willow Glen Farm is blessed with over a dozen outbuildings that create a hamlet feel around the house and garden. Foremost among these are the summer kitchen and the pump house which create a courtyard around the back of the farm house. Additional buildings a short step down from the main house are concentrated on a farmyard and kitchen garden area. The entire setting is one of immense charm and relaxed country living. The house is surrounded by gardens and landscaped lawns. The pool is located below a small landscaped incline below the terrace. To the right and left are landscaped paths that take one to the pea gravel courtyard which forms the center of the home area and is flanked by the main house, the great room addition, and the summer kitchen and pump house. Further down from the courtyard are terraced gardens leading to a bridge over a small stream and to the Kitchen garden. The kitchen garden is a series of raised beds which are framed by a small garage, barns, an espalied trellice of fruit trees and a green house. Nearer to the rest of the barns is a small fruit orchard. Of the 204 acres comprising Willow Glen Farm, approximately 60% is woodlands, and 40% is in open hayfields. There are views of the Blue Ridge mountains from almost every vantage point. The woodlands are mostly at the perimeter of the property and form boundaries amongst the various fields and along streambeds.

51 Sharp Rock Rd, Sperryville

Listing courtesy of Washington Fine Properties, LLC. Contact:

1 Beds 2 Baths
This property is 91 acres of beautiful rolling hills and pastures located north of the village of Flint Hill. This scenic property is surrounded by unspoiled countryside and expansive views of the Blue Ridge Mountains. This property consists of 2 residences: 1 historic log cabin and 1 tenant house, a 10-stall barn, and 8-acre spring fed pond, 7 paddocks and multiple run-in sheds. Sited next to the pond is the Lodge, a historic log house first built as a tavern in 1790. It was moved to Windsor Lodge Farm in 1990, restored and preserved with original structure and some additional change. The lodge features a great room with fireplace and full kitchen, with a spacious wrap around addition for dining and entertaining. The upper level features a spacious bedroom and bath. The lodge has most recently been used as an Airbnb rental for weekend getaway trips. The tenant home located near the barn has 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. The primary bedroom has a bath roomed attached with a shower. The second bathroom has a tub/shower. The house has an open plan kitchen with dining area and separated living room. The 10-stall barn includes a tack room and feed room, an outdoor wash stall, a riding ring, 5 run-in sheds, and 7 paddocks equipped with automatic waterers. There is also a small storage shed and a bigger machine shed right by the barn. You will be surrounded by spectacular views of the 8-acre spring fed pond and the Blue Ridge Mountains anywhere you stand on the property. This is Lot #2- The current gated entrance from Jericho Road belong to the adjoining Lot #1- with the address 4 Windsor Lodge Lane. The purchases of Lot #2 will be responsible for installing a new driveway entrance within the first year of purchase. The majority of the entrance road to Lot #2 is on this parcel and will not need to be moved. Tax Map #13-145A is a new Rappahannock County number from portions of T.M.#13-145 & 5-14. There are not current assessed values at this time.

50 Windsor Lodge Ln, Flint Hill

Listing courtesy of Thomas and Talbot Estate Properties, Inc.. Contact: (540) 687-6500

9 Beds 11 Baths
This lovely and historic Bed and Breakfast is a 100% turn key offering for the next owners/operators of a VERY successful Bed and Breakfast. The Foster Harris House is open for normal business throughout the week so please allow at least 24 hour notice when requesting a showing. The Sellers Agent or his designate are to be on premises during all showings. The property comes fully equipped and prepared to continue its vibrant business to its consistent clientele the day after new owners take possession. Kitchen and Dining: The delightful dining room has seating for 10 guests. In addition to the delicious breakfasts provided for the current guests, the amazing chef’s kitchen inclusive of a chef’s table (think cooking classes or private dinners) can easily accommodate gourmet dining for guests if the new owners so desire. The B&B Suites: There are 5 fully furnished suites, each with private and updates bathrooms. There is a very convenient luxury linen service available to the new owners as well as outsourced room cleaning staff. This property is located in the historic village of Washington, Virginia and only a few steps away from the world class, luxurious Inn at Little Washington. Dinner guests at the Inn frequently take their lodging at the Foster Harris House. The business boasts high occupancy rates and Financials to verify the successful business enterprise are available upon request by qualified and seriously interested buyers. A four bedroom private residence is attached to the rear of the Foster Harris House Bed and Breakfast, providing the comfort and convenience of a home for the owners or on-site managers for this lovely property.

189 Main St, Washington

Listing courtesy of Keller Williams Chantilly Ventures, LLC. Contact: 5712350129

7 Beds 7 Baths
The Manor Home, ca. 1910 with nearly 8,000 sq. ft. has gorgeous detailing, woodwork, high ceilings and spacious rooms. It has been partially remodeled including substantial investment to update plumbing lines, rough-in electrical and the beginnings of a geothermal heating and air conditioning system. However, it needs to be finished and is being sold "as is". This is the ideal home for the purchaser who wants a grand and historic manor home surrounded by gorgeous land and views and who has the desire to complete to their own specifications. Custom designed and built for George Miller by Charlie Hawkins in 1910, this builder and home were the subject of a beautifully written article in Fine Homebuilding Magazine, Dec. 94/Jan 1995. The home features 3 staircases, 7 bedrooms, and rough-in plumbing for 6 full and 2 half baths. Except for the kitchen, each of the rooms on the main level has a wood burning fireplace which has been rebuilt and lined. Insulation has been added to exterior walls and the attic and drywall has been installed. Much of the expensive and time consuming restoration has been done. The 303 acres included with this property are in 4 separate parcels and are not in easement, but are in Land Use. #1. The manor home is on a 5 acre parcel: TM 54-28, #2. Currently the 156 Acre parcel: TM 54-28B is also listed separately for $12,000/acre*, #3. TM 48-46B with 91 acres is adjacent to the 5 acres with the manor home and has good frontage on Rt. 231, #4. TM54-1 is a 50 acre triangular lot which is mainly wooded and has a 4 room log house, "as is" *Please note: The tax parcel 54-28B does not appear accurate in size. This property will need to be surveyed prior to settlement. This parcel includes 156 acres at$12,000/ac. and will include the frontage on Rt. 231. Stayman Lane provides access to this parcel and several other parcels to the west. Seller will not be responsible for Roll-back taxes should Purchaser not continue with Land Use. Located minutes from the charming villages of Sperryville and Washington, Va, it also enjoys close proximity to Culpeper with Culpeper Regional Airport and Warrenton with Warrenton-Fauquier Airport.

36 Stayman Ln, Sperryville

Listing courtesy of Thomas and Talbot Estate Properties, Inc.. Contact: (540) 687-6500

4 Beds 5 Baths
Please Note: Ratified contract on 8/9/23 for the main residence on Lot 1 with 54 Acres. The acreage and price for the remainder of the farm will be changed when Lot 1 settles. Alnell Farm is home to 541 +/- acres of beautiful rolling hills and pasture located in Flint Hill, Virginia. This scenic property is surrounded by unspoiled countryside and expansive views of the Blue Ridge Mountains, offering a private and quiet escape to enjoy. The farm consists of 7 residences and a 10-stall barn, 8-acre spring fed pond, all protected by conservation easement. The property also offers a 9-bay machine shed, 3 silos, multiple storage buildings, a machine shed, fenced pastures, and 7 paddocks that support the livestock and agricultural uses of the farm. The main house is located on a knoll that overlooks the pond, pastures, and panoramic mountain views. The house consists of 4 bedrooms and 4.5 baths. The primary suite is located on the main level of the house, along with a formal dining room, kitchen and two separate living rooms. The second floor includes a second primary suite and two additional bedrooms. The basement provides ample storage space and a built-in sauna. Next to the main house is a 2-bedroom, 1 bath guest cottage. The cozy interior includes a living room with wood burning fireplace and a full kitchen. The Lodge, a historic log house first built in 1790 was moved to the property in 1990 and restored to preserve the original structure while adding a few enhancements. Sited next to the pond, this log home consists of one large bedroom, a full kitchen, living room, 1.5 baths and an entertainment area. This house has most recently been used as an Airbnb rental for weekend getaway trips. Four separate income-producing tenant houses are located on the property as well. (See detailed list of all house features in Documents) The prime location of this property allows for the luxury of private living in Virginia’s stunning hunt country, but also provides the convenience of being under one hour to DC and Dulles International Airport. Enjoy a quick trip to local Virginia wineries and restaurants, including the historic Inn at Little Washington only 20 minutes away.

4 Windsor Lodge Ln, Flint Hill

Listing courtesy of Thomas and Talbot Estate Properties, Inc.. Contact: (540) 687-6500

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