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$11,500,000  •  2,712 acres
$12,500,000
Stonehouse Preserve spans 2,712± acres on the banks of the York River and Ware Creek. The property lies just 15 minutes northwest of Williamsburg and within an hour of many of Virginia’s larger cities. The convenient location is balanced by the property’s privacy, which is further enhanced by its York River frontage and the surrounding public lands. The 2,600-acre Ware Creek Wildlife Management Area borders Stonehouse to the north, while the nearly 3,000-acre York River State Park is a stone’s throw from the property’s southern boundary. The land is a diverse mix of upland timber, deep ravines, numerous creeks, and expansive water frontage, which together form a dynamic property filled with potential. Currently, it is primarily managed for hunting and wildlife, although many additional recreational opportunities exist. The property has been deed restricted to protect Stonehouse’s environmental and scenic resources. Flexibility for future owners has also been preserved, and nineteen homes and associated improvements can be built, as well as 130,000 square feet of commercial space. As a result, Stonehouse Preserve can accommodate a range of future ownership scenarios, be it a family compound, best-in-class recreational retreat, or a small-scale, conservation-oriented community. The Facts: ~2,712± acres ~Borders 2,600-acre Ware Creek Wildlife Management Area ~1 mile of frontage on the York River ~4.5+ miles of frontage on Ware Creek ~Multiple additional small streams and creeks throughout the property ~Land is primarily upland timber, with a balanced mix of hardwoods and pines ~15 min from Williamsburg, VA ~40 min from Richmond, VA ~2 hours 20 min from Washington DC ~Excellent deer, waterfowl, and turkey hunting ~Extensive opportunities to develop additional recreational components ~Convenient access to 3 commercial airports, all within 45 minutes of the property ~Under conservation easement, 19 homes and 130,000 square feet of commercial space permitted
$26,500,000  •  1,100 acres
At the heart of every exceptional property is a sense of place. Llangollen’s is unmistakable and tells a remarkable story spanning 230 years and 1,100± acres. Anchoring the farm is an immaculately restored eight-bedroom Colonial Revival manor house (circa 1795) that sits at the end of a mile long driveway with sweeping 180-degree views. In front of the house, 700± verdant acres of Virginia pasture unfold, while an additional 400± acres of forested mountain land rises up behind it. Numerous historic barns and stables, including the iconic Horseshoe Stable, are spread across the property. Other improvements include world-class polo fields, eight tenant cottages, a 12-bay maintenance building, and miles of impeccably restored stone walls. Llangollen’s balance of seclusion, privacy, and convenience is unbeatable. The nation’s capital is only one hour away and Dulles International and two smaller FBOs can be reached in 45 minutes or less. Middleburg, one of Virginia’s most appealing towns, lies just 15 minutes to the east. Llangollen stands as a testament to the enduring appeal of Virginia and the hunt country lifestyle and presents a rare opportunity to own one of the area’s legacy landholdings. The Facts: ~ Legacy historic estate in the heart of the Northern Virginia hunt country ~ 1,100± acres, approximately two-thirds gently rolling open ground and pasture and one-third forested ~ Fully restored 12,500± square foot, eight-bedroom home dating to 1795 ~ Sweeping views over the Virginia countryside ~ Extensive equestrian improvements ~ Seven barns, including the iconic Horseshoe Stable ~ Three polo fields - one playing field and two practice fields ~ Eight tenant cottages ~ Machine and maintenance building with six large open bays, six enclosed bays, manager’s office, and staff room ~ Numerous additional new and historic outbuildings and support structures ~ Five minutes to Upperville and 15 minutes to Middleburg ~ One hour to Washington, D.C. ~ 45 minutes to Dulles International Airport and 35 minutes to Leesburg Executive Airport and Winchester Regional Airport ~ On the National Historic Registry and Virginia Landmark Registry ~ Under conservation easement, with the potential for 11 divisions ~ Offered turnkey with most furnishings and equipment
$2,990,000  •  583 acres
Jefferson View spans 583± acres of prime real estate less than 20 minutes south of Charlottesville. The varied topography features multiple potential homesites that capture views of the surrounding mountains, Monticello, and the Rivanna floodplain. In the wintertime, the slopes of Wintergreen can be seen in the west. The property is minimally improved, but the land’s potential is readily apparent. The acreage is primarily wooded and gently rolling pines are punctuated by steep hardwood draws, creating a well-balanced property waiting to be explored. There are 60± open acres that are located in the central, elevated portion of the property. Private yet convenient, Jefferson View is perfectly located to take full advantage of nearby Charlottesville. The property is under conservation easement and the easement allows for the creation of seven parcels, each with a house and associated improvements. Jefferson View is an excellent opportunity for a buyer looking to create a retreat or recreational property in central Virginia. The Facts: ~ 583± acres ~ Under 20 minutes to Charlottesville ~ 60± open acres ~ 523± acres of hardwoods and pines ~ Untapped recreational potential ~ Scenic views of surrounding mountains and Monticello ~ Under conservation easement, with 7 divisions possible ~ 35 minutes to Charlottesville-Albemarle Airport, 1 hour 15 minutes to Richmond International Airport
$3,950,000  •  395 acres
The Riverfront Preserve is an exceptional 395± acre opportunity on the Virginia Peninsula. The property has a coveted end-of-the-road location and sits at the confluence of Ware Creek and the York River. Privacy is further enhanced by the immediate neighbors, including the 2,600-acre Ware Creek Wildlife Management Area to the north, and the 2,300-acre Stonehouse Preserve to the west, which is under conservation easement. York River State Park, an additional 2,950 acres of public land, is just down the road. At the center of the property is a high, level bluff that rises nearly 100 feet above the York River. It has several elevated homesites that are ideally situated to capture summer breezes and expansive views of the York River. The potential of the Preserve is readily apparent, and with its recreational opportunities, extensive water frontage, and convenient location, it seems destined to become a classic Virginia “River House” or family retreat. Historic Williamsburg is only fifteen minutes away, and both Richmond and Virginia Beach can be reached in under an hour. It is the type of place that can be easily accessed and enjoyed on a regular basis, an increasingly important attribute in today’s world. The Facts: ~ 395± acres ~ One mile of frontage on the York River, 1.2 miles of frontage along Ware Creek ~ Private, end-of-the-road location ~ Borders the 2,600± acre Ware Creek Wildlife Management Area ~ Diverse land types, including timbered uplands, biologically rich marshes and wetlands, and a high, central bluff overlooking the York River ~ 15 minutes from Williamsburg, VA ~ 40 minutes from Richmond, VA ~ Two hours 20 minutes from Washington DC ~ Deer, turkey, and waterfowl hunting ~ Extensive water-based recreation opportunities ~ Convenient access to three commercial airports, all within 45 minutes of the property ~ Under conservation easement, four homes plus accompanying improvements permitted
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$9,500,000  •  350 acres
$12,000,000
In real estate, the term “retreat” is often an overreach. Not with High Mountain Camp. It is private, scenic, remote, and totally self-contained. It lies at the end of the road, on top of a mountain, deep in the Blue Ridge Mountains of southwest Virginia. The property was designed to be entirely self-contained and features off-the-grid capabilities with redundant solar, wind, propane, and wood burning systems. The infrastructure has been designed with sustainability, security, and independence in mind. For all its privacy, however, High Mountain Camp remains accessible. Multiple cities and metro areas can be reached in under two-and-a-half hours, including Roanoke, Winston-Salem, and Charlotte, one of the Southeast’s most vibrant cities. Accessibility is further enhanced by a helipad and 900-foot grass runway. Other improvements include three fully furnished cabins with spectacular views, numerous outbuildings, a hangar, and equipment shop. High Mountain Camp’s multiple dwellings and well-developed infrastructure make it an ideal family compound, perfect for hosting multiple generations. The property is being offered turnkey with all furnishings and farm equipment, making it ready for use on day one of ownership. The Facts ~ 350± acres ~ Three fully furnished cabins, all with backup generators ~ The South Cabin is fully off-the-grid, with solar, wind, propane, and wood burning systems ~ 900-foot grass runway ~ 3,000± square foot hangar ~ Helipad ~ Multiple garages and outbuildings ~ Enclosed, conditioned equipment shop ~ Borders Jefferson National Forest ~ Stocked fishing pond ~ Offered turnkey, with all furnishings and equipment, excluding aircraft ~ Not under conservation easement
Contact for Price  •  323.59 acres
Online-Only Auction Mountain Retreat with 2,500± Sq Ft Home, Riverfront Frontage and 323.59± Acres in Patrick County, VA Bid Now Thru Friday, October 20 • 3 PM Preview Date: October 12 • 4 PM Property Location: 1423 N Fork Rd, Stuart, VA 24171 Discover your piece of heaven in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Located in Patrick County, VA, this property for sale at auction includes 323.59± acres of secluded land with a stunning 2,500± sq ft home. This is your opportunity to own a secluded retreat where the wonders of nature are right at your doorstep. Whether you're seeking a peaceful escape, a hunting paradise, or a fishing haven, this property has it all. Property Highlights: • 323.59± Acres • 1.5 story home (2 BR / 2.5 BA) • Built-in 2008 (2,500 sq ft of living space) • Interior features include hardwood and ceramic tile floors, tongue and groove walls, a beautiful rock fireplace, a wood stove, a loft overlooking the vaulted great room, and a large covered rock porch to enjoy the views. • 1.6 miles of creek frontage across the North Fork of the Smith River - ideal for fishing native and rainbow trout • For more information about the conservation easement in effect for the property - refer to the bidder packet. • densely wooded, providing a natural sanctuary for wildlife and endless opportunities for recreation and exploration • 24'x30' barn and a 16'x32' detached garage, offering ample space for storage and projects Register to bid Here UC | Blue Ridge Land & Auction Co VAAuctionPro.com • 540-239-2585 Matt Gallimore, Broker/Auctioneer, Gallimore.Matt@gmail.com, VAL#2907004059 Conservation easement in effect for the property - refer to the bidder packet for more information. 10% Buyer's Premium. Visit website for full auction terms. Franchise office is independently owned & operated.
$925,000  •  60.55 acres
Six 42 x 500 chicken barns, 60 acres, potential to expand and build more barns. Located just outside the town of Onley, VA. Barns are in excellent shape and ready for any required. Comes with a 3 bedroom, 2 bath single-wide mobile home and large equipment shed with concrete floor.
$1,200,000  •  15 acres
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Sale includes two separate parcels, tax Map 41-A-161A, Tax Map 41-2-A and Tax Map 41-2-B and a residence and garage.
$28,500  •  1 acres
1 - Acre Building Lot within walking distance to the Chesapeake Bay
F&R Partners