Historic Home with Acreage near Middleburg
Parcel #/ID: #6034-96-0386-000, #6034-86-8996-000
Sitting just below the quaint village of Paris, this 20 acre farm is a unique sanctuary surrounded by agriculture, forested and state park lands. Preserved by open space easements from Ovoka Farm to the north and west. Sky Meadows State Park to the south, and the Virginia Outdoors Foundation to the east. Also, "Liberty Hall" enjoys the proud distinction with its neighbors who celebrate their properties historic buccolic contributions to the National Register of The Crooked Run Valley Historic District.
Located just 5 miles west of Upperville; 11 miles west of Middleburg and 35 miles west of Dulles International Airport. It's proximity to both I-66 and Route 50 makes this property an ideal commuter location for Winchester and all of northern Virginia.
Ideal for the antique house lover, this historic home has undergone three years of meticulous exterior renovation and now waits the new owner's precise interior finishes.
For more information call Judy Allen at 601-955-9907.
Listing provided by: Patricia Thomas
20.9 +/- acres
- Single Family
- 4,404 +/- sqft
- Built in 1770
"Liberty Hall" Architectural evidence that the North half of the stone section of the house was built circa 1770, in 1775 the house enlarged with another two anbd one half story stone addition.
Ideal for the antique house lover, this historic home has undergone 3 years of meticulous exterior renovation and now awaits the next owner's precise interior finishes.
All of the original heart of pine wood flooring was removed and has been stored for the next owner to use in the house.
Meticulous exterior renovations included the re-pointing of all the stone work, the removal of the old metal roof, the replacement of all the windows with Thermopane ones, and the complete restoration of the architectural integrity of the foundation of the house,
In the lengthy renovation, a new basement was dug and and an all new metal roof was installed.
Two new large stucco additions were added in the same areas of the past additions - both with stone fireplaces and one with an attached, large covered porch.
The electric to the was buried underground, a new 230 foot class III B well was dug and 4 bedroom gravity septic field was installed,
The important factor regarding the interior, is that while it is yet to be designed, it allows for the heating and cooling designs to fit the new owner. Insulation, placement of electrical outlets, clock hangers to light artwork, plumbing routes and fixtures, can all be tailored to suit the new owner's need and style. Please Ask to see Floor Plans.
The oldest section of the house features a graceful Entrance Hall (18' x 9'). The stairway features a rarely-seen carved stair design. The entrance hall opens to the left into the formal living room ( 18' x 14") with an original 18th century corner fireplace and three deep set windows. Straight ahead from the entrance hall is a doorway leading into the newly designed pantry area (15' x 9') with wet bar and china storage,.
Off the pantry area is the new, one story stucco addition allocated for a library (16' x 28') with a wood burning fireplace, a wall of windows, and french doors on to the large covered porch. The porch stretches almost forty feet - the entire width the southeastern side of the house.
A new stairway leads down into the basement area with walkout stairs. Also, off the kitchen is a spacious mudroom area with separate doors to a powder room and laundry room. Through the mudroom one enters the wet bar area.
Upstairs are planned two guest bedrooms and large full bath, a private master suite with sitting room and corner fireplace, his and her full baths and large walk-in closet. From the five windows oned can enjoy the expansive valley views.
Attic: An original stairway from the second floor leads to the attic space. The attic provides a rare opportunity to see both the pit saw and mill saw marks from the timber framing all fastened with wrought nails or cut nails.
A new stairwell from the family room/kitchen addition leads down to the partially finished basement area. There are excellent storage spaces, a utility room and a potential room for a wine cellar. There is a small frame detached storage shed/garage just off the back of the house . The pasture below the house has one run-in shed and an old spring house.
The house sits atop a rise at one end of the long, rolling farm allowing for over two-thirds of the property to be fenced for pasture. Mature hardwood trees surrounding the house include walnut, pear, locust, and maple. The property is fully fenced and features stone walls and over thirty boxwoods ready for placements.
Preservation Easement, See Documents
Taxes: $3,618/year (2017)
Listing ID#: 1348039