Historic home in Culpeper VA consisting of 298 acres of rolling pasture and farmland with Blue Ridge Mountain views.
The driveway winds through the front fields to a knoll where the historic farmhouse is located.
Fenced and cross-fenced, this farm has been home to cattle and horses for many years.
Several streams flow through the farm to Muddy Run, a strong stream that flows through the southern portion of the farm.
The distinctive white farmhouse with its red roof dates to 1837 and sits on a knoll with Blue Ridge Mountain views.
Two additions have been made to the original home, one in 1940 to accommodate a growing farm family and then again in 1994 updating systems and adding a 3-car garage.
Traditional floor plan with living room, dining room, den, kitchen, breakfast room, and full bath on the main level and 3 bedrooms, study, and full bath on the second floor.
Enjoy historic farmhouse charm, with the advantage of modern infrastructure.
The dependencies reflect a bygone farming era.
The old barn that the workhorses were kept in, a corn crib, and a log structure that is thought to be the original homestead, dating to the late 1700s.
Equipment shed, 5-stall horse barn, shop, and large storage barn round out the improvements.