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Updated: October 14, 2019 @ 5:48 pm
With dramatic views of the Blue Ridge Mountains, this extraordinary country estate in the heart of Central Virginia offers 870 acres of flawless natural beauty.
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Grand 1800's home with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths and 3,036 sqft.
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Wildair Farm is a 126-acre farm set in the heart of one of Western Albemarle’s most beautiful pastoral enclaves.
Beautifully renovated and improved, the circa 1787 historic "Rolling View" home sits on over 14 acres, has been meticulously updated and maintained, and is surrounded by mature grounds with lovely trees and banks of boxwoods.
Hurstville is a historic waterfront plantation, with an original Tidewater style house built in 1776 and significant frontage along both the Chesapeake Bay and Ball Creek.
Nestled among 19+ wooded acres, tranquil views of Tutter's Creek make this natural, resort-like property your own private oasis.
In a beautiful elevated setting of 114 acres with expansive mountain views, this residence is an expansive English country manor replete with all modern conveniences.
Landmark country estate located in the beautiful Keswick hunt area of Albemarle Co.
This 5 bedroom, 3.5 bath, 2 kitchen, 22.6 acre property has it all. With the historic circa 1809 Davis-Day house (renovated 1990) at its center, there are two wing additions (2014).
Privately set on 19+ acres in the Sabot Hill community, this custom designed and built five-bedroom brick home offers lovely views in all directions.
Situated on the 13th Fairway of the Independence Golf Course.
Whitewood is situated on a picturesque 116 acres and features mature hardwoods, rolling pastures, and stocked pond.
Stately Brick Manor with 500' of waterfront on 4.64 acres along the Ware River in Gloucester.
500+ acres teeming with abundant wildlife including a 22-acre private lake stocked with freshwater fish.
A magnificent mansion on 42+ waterfront acres with 6 bedrooms, 5 full and 3 half baths, 6 fireplaces and a 3-floor elevator.
Historically named “Doolough Lodge,” this Tudor Revival perched on a riverfront knoll commands breathtaking views of the river.
Double lot, detached four-car garage, a detached guest house and off street parking. The home has four bedrooms with the fifth in the guest house.
Colonial Revival that sits on 133.64 acres. This estate built in 1930 by Joseph T Sperry, with terraced gardens designed by H Clay Primrose, offers six bedrooms, four full and one-half bath.
Colonial Revival home, situated on a double lot. Renovated over the course of three years. Large third floor can be used as an Au-Pair suite or apartment.
The home has 11 and 1/2 ceiling heights, beautiful moldings, an elevator, wine cellar and a three car garage with an office.
“Foxwood” – A Premier Equestrian Estate in Goochland’s Deep Run Hunt Country is set on 150.66 gently rolling acres and is a complete country estate.
Historic Rappahannock River Plantation: In 1785, John Pratt came to Caroline County from King George County and purchased 661 acres of land. He named his plantation Camden, after Charles Pratt, Earl of Camden who was a supporter of the American Colonists.
Shandan Farm is a 241 acre estate consisting of the main house, coach house & guest quarters, greenhouse, half-mile oval horse track, extensive vinyl fencing around the open fields, and multiple farm related outbuildings.
Settled in 1790, and known as the “jewel” of the Blue Grass Valley, Dividing Waters Farm encompasses 875 acres of fertile valley nestled between Monterey Mountain and Lantz Mountain.
Beautiful 305 acres located on Ortman Road in the Greenwood area of Albemarle County.
Private setting with panoramic Blue Ridge views, minutes to downtown Charlottesville. c. 1902, beautifully renovated 6,500 sq ft fieldstone manor.
"River Run Manor" is a 16,000 sq. ft. Georgian Revival mansion on 61 acres sitting high on a bluff overlooking the James River.
Gracious Georgian Manor home in southern Albemarle designed by Bob Paxton and built by Shelter and Associates in 2006.
Meticulously updated Classical Revival gentleman's farm, built in 1904, built on 763-acre equestrian paradise.
Sweeping views of Dymer Creek to the Chesapeake Bay with gorgeous Sunrises & Sunsets will take your breath away.
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Valentine's Day is coming up but, I'll tell you what, buy any of these estates for me and it'll not only cover Valentine's Day but every gift-giving celebration of the year e.g. birthday, Christmas, wedding anniversary, etc. -- for the rest of my life! Thanks!!
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