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$19,498,700  •  1,212 acres
Located in beautiful countryside only five miles from I-75 and Richmond, this farm contains just under 2,000 acres in two tracts. It is totally improved with spectacular outbuildings, homes, city water, electricity over all of it and beautiful Silver Creek meandering the borders and through the farms.
$4,950,000  •  585 acres
Located 20 minutes south of Charlottesville among the historic farms of Esmont, Nydrie Stud encompasses 585± acres of gently rolling Virginia landscape. Formerly home to a successful thoroughbred stable of the same name, the farm is anchored by a 19th- century 20-stall brick barn. The land features a balanced mixture of open pasture and hardwood forests, and in addition to the barn there are two tenant cottages and an assortment of farm buildings and modest improvements. The farm is surrounded by other large landholdings, providing privacy and seclusion along with proximity to the conveniences of Charlottesville, airports, and major metropolitan areas. Richmond, Virginia lies one hour to the east, and Washington D.C. is 2 hours 15 minutes to the northeast. The open ground at Nydrie is currently used for hay production and is well suited to a number of alternate land uses, including equestrian, livestock, and vineyard. The farm is unencumbered by a conservation easement and holds significant potential for the conservation minded buyer. The Facts: ~ 585± acres ~ Located 20 minutes south of Charlottesville, Virginia ~ Surrounded by other historic Southern Albemarle farms and estates including Enniscorthy, Esmont, Old Woodville, Guthrie Hall, Tallwood and Coleswood ~ 45 minutes from Charlottesville-Albemarle Airport, 90 minutes from Richmond International Airport ~ 20-stall brick barn built in 1898 ~ Rich equestrian history and the former home of the thoroughbred stable Nydrie Stud ~ 200± acres of gently rolling pasture ~ 385± acres of mixed hardwoods ~ Multiple potential land uses including equestrian, livestock, and vineyard ~ Potential location for a winery or event space ~ Unencumbered by a conservation easement
$3,750,000  •  212 acres
Cloverdale Farm is comprised of 212± acres in the heart of the Allegheny Mountains and Bath County’s scenic Cloverdale Valley. The farm is bordered to the west by the George Washington National Forest, which provides immediate access to endless recreational opportunities and thousands of acres of protected lands. The east side of the valley is part of the national forest as well, giving the relatively narrow valley the feel of a protected inholding. The farm is surrounded on three sides by properties in conservation easement, the net result being a very private landholding with fully protected viewsheds. Tucked up against the tree line, at the base of the 3,800 foot Wallace Peak, is a stunning 6,200 square foot house designed by noted Cashiers, NC architect Tim Greene. The thoughtfully sited home commands sweeping views of the valley, yet perfectly complements the scenery by seamlessly blending into the landscape. The four-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom house achieves the rare feat of effortlessly adapting to any use and is equally welcoming and comfortable, whether entertaining large groups, hosting friends and family for the weekend, or having a casual fireside dinner in the kitchen. Spacious bedrooms, libraries, and living areas all feature large windows that capture uninterrupted vistas and anchor the house in its surroundings and showcase the real star of the show – the Cloverdale Valley. Cloverdale is home to Cloverfields Equine Retirement Foundation (501c3), a sport and racehorse rescue, retirement and retraining foundation. Equestrian facilities include a beautifully renovated stable, complete with a wash stall, heated tack room, and full bathroom. Adjacent to the stable is a 120’X200’ riding ring and six fully fenced paddocks with run-in sheds. A thorough trail system weaves throughout the farm and its 90± wooded acres, and provides access to a USFS road that leads into thousands of acres of national forest. Rounding out Cloverdale’s recreational opportunities is a 5½ acre pond that provides excellent fishing, swimming, kayaking and countless hours of family recreation in the summer months. It’s estimated that nearly three-quarters of Bath County is comprised of protected public lands, which lends the area a well-deserved reputation as a destination playground for outdoorsmen. The Allegheny Mountains offer endless hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking, and backpacking, while the surrounding rivers and streams have gained acclaim in recent years as some of the best fly fishing in Virginia. And just 35 minutes from Cloverdale is the renowned Homestead Resort and the charming town of Hot Springs. The Homestead traces its roots to 1766, and the modern resort dates from 1888. Today the resort features two championship golf courses, a ski slope, skeet and sporting clays and numerous other amenities. The reliably agreeable summer weather, unrivaled scenery, access to public lands, and true four-season climate mean there is never a wrong time or place to be outdoors in Bath County. The Facts: ~ 212± scenic, private acres ~ Elevation 2,040 feet ~ Fully protected viewsheds ~ Remarkable, custom-built 6,200 square foot home constructed in 2007 ~ Bordered by George Washington National Forest ~ Equestrian facilities, including stable, riding ring, and flexible paddock layout ~ 5 ½ acre pond ~ Abundant wildlife on the property including deer, turkey, black bear, geese ducks, and eagles ~ Property is under conservation easement, as are the surrounding properties, ensuring the rural and scenic qualities of the area are protected in perpetuity ~ Excellent access to public lands and outdoor pursuits, including hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, and fly fishing ~ 35 minutes to the renowned Homestead Resort, it’s championship golf courses, and the town of Hot Springs ~ 3 hours from Washington DC ~ 2 hours from Richmond, VA ~ 75 minutes from Charlottesville, VA ~ Annual taxes are approximately $7,000