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353 acres Barboursville, VA $6,900,000

353 acres Barboursville, VA

Albemarle County Rick Walden Virginia Estates

Type: Acreage w/House 4 Beds | 4.2 Baths | 8146 SqFt

White Hart, an English Country Manor Estate hidden amidst 353 acres of rolling countryside in Northern Albemarle County. Heart Pine floors & woodwork throughout. State of the art kitchen with Viking stove, subzero refrigerator and freezer, granite counter tops, 4 sinks and stainless steel vent hood. The exterior is antiqued brick with slate roof. The property consists of 200 acres of rolling pasture & 153 acres of hardwoods & 2 large ponds, year round creek & panoramic mountain views. Built by SHELTER ASSOCIATES

587 acres Covesville, VA $3,990,000

587 acres Covesville, VA

Albemarle County Rick Walden Virginia Estates

Type: Acreage

DRASTIC PRICE DROP Offering almost 600 acres of the most beautiful Virginia land imaginable. Rolling meadows, bisected by a strong mountain stream, rise to forested hilltops, which form the western boundary and which surround a beautiful 4 acre lake. It's not possible to say enough about the wonderful qualities of this magnificent property, except to say that it is unequalled in beauty and grace in Piedmont, VA. Beautifully renovated farm house overlooks a planned 5 acre lake site. Owner/Agent

429 acres Covesville, VA $3,200,000

429 acres Covesville, VA

Albemarle County Rick Walden Virginia Estates

Type: Acreage

DRASTIC PRICE DROP 429 acres of the most beautiful Virginia land imaginable located in Albemarle 15 minutes south of Charlottesville.As you enter the property you gaze across gently rolling verdant meadows, down to the fertile stream valley which is bisected by the flowing clear waters of a major stream. This ever flowing creek is fed by numerous springs and streams which emanate from the distant hills and mountains which form the Northeast and Northwest boundaries of the property. Owner/Agent

400 acres Covesville, VA $3,000,000

400 acres Covesville, VA

Albemarle County Rick Walden Virginia Estates

Type: Acreage w/House 3 Beds | 1 Bath

New PRICE DROP 400 acres of the most beautiful Virginia land imaginable located in Albemarle 15 minutes south of Charlottesville.As you enter the property you gaze across gently rolling verdant meadows, down to the fertile stream valley which is bisected by the flowing clear waters of a major stream. This ever flowing creek is fed by numerous springs and streams which emanate from the distant hills and mountains which form the Northeast and Northwest boundaries of the property. Owner/Agent

178 acres Gordonsville, VA $2,930,000

178 acres Gordonsville, VA

Albemarle County Gayle Harvey Gayle Harvey Real Estate, Inc.

Type: Acreage w/House 6 Beds | 3 Baths | 7840 SqFt

One of Virginia's most beautifully situated and charmingly authentic antebellum estates. Cobham Park was created in 1855 when William Cabell Rives Sr. the noted US Senator and Minister to France gave a portion of his own Castle Hill estate to his son, William Cabell Rives, Jr. This 6 bedroom 21/2 bath home exudes the elegance of its era featuring grand entrances with Doric columns both front and back, 11.5 foot ceilings on the first and second floors, entry hall arches with fluted pilasters, six fireplaces with grandly scaled mantels and woodwork and the star attraction the superb flying staircase with turned balusters and molded handrail by English master carpenter E. S. McSparren. Large formal dining room, eat in kitchen, living room and study make up the first floor. Four spacious bedrooms and 2 full baths which open out onto the sun deck are on the 2nd floor. The 3rd floor has 2 smaller bedrooms each with dormer windows on three sides, plus an abundance of storage closets. In the basement you get a genuine glimpse of how our forefathers lived. Here is the "old-kitchen" with a giant fireplace along with a laundry room and another room that is perfect for a man cave. Behind the house is an extensive formal garden featuring paved walks and English boxwood borders. A walkway connects the manor house to the conservatory, now outfitted as a guest house with 4 rooms and 1 bath. Scattered around the property are 5 more wood frame cottages with may be rented to tenants or used for group retreats and family visits. The large carriage house contains a 3 car garage and stalls for 6 horses. Several outbuilding including the original smokehouse.

102 acres Charlottesville, VA $2,850,000

102 acres Charlottesville, VA

Albemarle County Joe Samuels Jos. T. Samuels, Inc.

Type: Residential 4 Beds | 3 Baths

Shack Mountain was designed by Fiske Kimball, (1888-1955), the most noted of Americas first generation of architectural scholars who, it can be argued, single-handedly recorded Thomas Jeffersons stature as the first American Architect. Among many other extraordinary accomplishments, Kimball was the first Chair of the University of Virginias School of Architecture and a leader in the field of historic restoration serving Monticello and Colonial Williamsburg for decades. Completed in 1937, Shack Mountain is a small gem in T form of brick laid in Flemish bond and struck with a grapevine joint. The front of the house is an elongated octagon dominated by a Tuscan portico with paired columns. Jefferson believed the octagon ideal for light and Kimball concurred. 13 ceilings are partnered with triple-hung sash windows. The tall ceilings, beautiful mouldings and cornice, cylindrical doors and walls, found more often in dwellings of the 18th and 19th century, culminate in Shack Mountain as a lasting work of art. Fiske Kimball was an American cultural force in the early 20th century. A man of exceptional vision, talent, dedication and energy, Kimball was boisterous, bold, imaginative and brilliant. A brief and incomplete summary of Fiske Kimball career includes: 1919 became the first Chair of the School of Architecture at the University of Virginia where he was supervising architect for all building projects with a direct hand in the designs of the University Amphitheater, Memorial Gymnasium and the University Hospital complex 1922 completed the design for the campus plan of Woodberry Forest School 1923 organized a Department of Fine Arts at New York University 1924 became Chair of the Restoration Committee at Monticello supervising restoration of the house and grounds 1925 became director of the Philadelphia Museum of Art 1928 accepted appointment to Advisory Committee of Architects for restoration of Colonial Williamsburg 1930 - Served on the Committee responsible for design and construction of the Jefferson Memorial on the Mall in Washington, D.C. Kimball hand-selected John Russell Pope for the design and then successfully defended the design against the likes of Frank Lloyd Wright who declared it a gangrene of sentimentality. 1040s - Headed the American Institute of Architects 1940 and 50s Served as an art advisor to Franklin Roosevelt and Harry Truman Shack Mountain today remains incredibly private and yet minutes from downtown Charlottesville and the University of Virginia. Protected on one side by the Ivy Creek Natural Area owned by the City of Charlottesville and Albemarle County and on another side by an historic estate subject to a conservation Easement, Shack Mountains privacy is ensured in perpetuity. The 102 Acres are primarily wooded with open fields to the north and east having beautiful views of the Blue Ridge and the Southwest Mountains.

300 acres Covesville, VA $2,250,000

300 acres Covesville, VA

Albemarle County Rick Walden Virginia Estates

Type: Acreage

300 acres of the most beautiful Virginia land imaginable, located in Albemarle County, just 15 minutes south of Charlottesville. As you enter the property you are overlooking gently rolling meadows through which flows the clear waters of a major stream. This powerfully flowing creek is fed by numerous springs and pure mountain streams, which emanate from the distant hills forming the western boundary of the property. From the stream valley the land rises up through fertile meadows that are interspersed with stands of hardwoods.

170.2 acres Scottsville, VA $2,195,000

170.2 acres Scottsville, VA

Albemarle County Rick Walden Virginia Estates

Type: Acreage

If your image of the perfect country life includes a totally private riverfront estate with a 5 acre stocked lake, green rolling meadows surrounded by mature hardwood forest, 21 mi.to Cville, then your dreams have come true. Blue Water Farm has over 1500' of James River frontage, sandy beaches, high plateaus looking up and down the James River Valley, rich fields of river bottom land, high rolling pastures surrounding a long, clear, 5 acre lake.4 tax map parcels.Potential grand Blue Rdg. views

20 acres Keswick, VA $2,100,000

20 acres Keswick, VA

Albemarle County Joe Samuels Jos. T. Samuels, Inc.

Type: Acreage w/House 5 Beds | 5.5 Baths | 7402 SqFt

Fox Run is a splendid country estate in the Keswick Hunt of Albemarle County near Charlottesville. Built in 1988, recent renovations and additions have been thoughtful, meticulous and complete. Here are tall ceilings, wide plank floors, beautiful moulding accents and flawless scale. Of stucco construction capped with architectural shingles, the manor resides on a private hilltop amidst impressive garden accents. With floor to ceiling triple-sash windows the gardens and exterior patios are a natural extension of the interior spaces. The kitchen was designed and built with true devotion to detail. Bright and expansive, the kitchen features custom cherry cabinets, Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances, granite countertops, tile floor and elevated marble fireplace. The adjoining family area with beamed and vaulted ceiling has french doors to the patio overlooking gardens, pool and koi pond. The master suite is a virtuoso composition of space and light. Separated from the main living space by a breezeway with plantation shutters and curved plank ceiling, here is wide plank reclaimed antique pine floors and tray ceiling. The suite enjoys a large sitting area with built-in secretary, an exceptional bath of tile and opaque glass block, and a custom large walk-in closet. Floors in the bath are heated tile. Countertops are granite. The first floor is complete with large entry foyer, formal dining room and formal living room. There are five fireplaces in the house, each with a distinctive mantle in some cases hand-carved wood. On the entry level at the west elevation is a large outdoor living area wired for media. Great three season living The second floor features four additional bedrooms and three full baths. The basement has a wine closet, large exercise room and additional space for media and family gathering. At the entry level there is an over-sized two car garage attached at the south end of the manor. Complementing the manor is a two bedroom, living room, kitchen and full bath cottage for staff and/or guests. Adjacent is a 10 stall stable with wash rack, tack room and hay storage. Perfect for the Keswick Hunt. The land is 20 acres equally divided between board-fenced paddocks and deep, mature forest. The drive is accented with hand-wrought iron gates at the entrance. Fox Run is located about 20 minutes from Charlottesville, Martha Jefferson Hospital, the University of Virginia and all the major shopping needs of modern life. About 10 minutes north is the delightful village of Gordonsville with antique shops and some of the finest restaurants the area has to offer. Fox Run is located in the Southwest Mountains Rural Historic District and is surrounded by farms and farming estates of national historic significance.

2.59 acres Keswick, VA $1,950,000

2.59 acres Keswick, VA

Albemarle County Jim Faulconer McLean Faulconer Inc. Realtors

Type: Acreage w/House 5 Beds | 7 Baths | 7000 SqFt

Exquisite English Country home on a premiere 2.5 acres in Keswick Estates. Lovely views of the golf course & mountains in the distance yet very private. The architecturally designed 7000+ sq ft residence offers a beautiful light filled spacious LR; DR; gourmet kitchen; library w/ limestone FP surround; luxurious master complete w/ dressing rm & office; media rm & 4 additional BDRS. The highest quality materials & workmanship.

66.5 acres Gordonsville, VA $1,800,000

66.5 acres Gordonsville, VA

Albemarle County Gayle Harvey Gayle Harvey Real Estate, Inc.

Type: Acreage w/House 6 Beds | 3 Baths | 7840 SqFt

One of Virginia's most beautifully situated and charmingly authentic antebellum estates. Cobham Park was created in 1855 when William Cabell Rives Sr. the noted US Senator and Minister to France gave a portion of his own Castle Hill estate to his son, William Cabell Rives, Jr. This 6 bedroom 2 1/2 bath home exudes the elegance of its era featuring grand entrances with Doric columns both front and back, 11.5 foot ceilings on the first and second floors, entry hall arches with fluted pilasters, six fireplaces with grandly scaled mantels and woodwork and the star attraction the superb flying staircase with turned balusters and molded handrail by English master carpenter E. S. McSparren. Large formal dining room, eat in kitchen, living room and study make up the first floor. Four spacious bedrooms and 2 full baths which open out onto the sun deck are on the 2nd floor. The 3rd floor has 2 smaller bedrooms each with dormer windows on three sides, plus an abundance of storage closets. In the basement you get a genuine glimpse of how our forefathers lived. Here is the "old-kitchen" with a giant fireplace along with a laundry room and another room that is perfect for a man cave. Behind the house is an extensive formal garden featuring paved walks and English boxwood borders. A walkway connects the manor house to the conservatory, now outfitted as a guest house with 4 rooms and 1 bath. Scattered around the property are 5 more wood frame cottages which may be rented to tenants or used for group retreats and family visits. More acreage available. On The Virginia and National Register of Historic Places.

25.5 acres Gordonsville, VA $1,400,000

25.5 acres Gordonsville, VA

Albemarle County Gayle Harvey Gayle Harvey Real Estate, Inc.

Type: Acreage w/House 6 Beds | 2 Baths | 7840 SqFt

One of Virginia's most beautifully situated and charmingly authentic antebellum estates. Cobham Park was created in 1855 when William Cabell Rives Sr. the noted US Senator and Minister to France gave a portion of his own Castle Hill estate to his son, William Cabell Rives, Jr. This 6 bedroom 21/2 bath home exudes the elegance of its era featuring grand entrances with Doric columns both front and back, 11.5 foot ceilings on the first and second floors, entry hall arches with fluted pilasters, six fireplaces with grandly scaled mantels and woodwork and the star attraction the superb flying staircase with turned balusters and molded handrail by English master carpenter E. S. McSparren. Large formal dining room, eat in kitchen, living room and study make up the first floor. Four spacious bedrooms and 2 full baths which open out onto the sun deck are on the 2nd floor. The 3rd floor has 2 smaller bedrooms each with dormer windows on three sides, plus an abundance of storage closets. In the basement you get a genuine glimpse of how our forefathers lived. Here is the "old-kitchen" with a giant fireplace along with a laundry room and another room that is perfect for a man cave. Behind the house is an extensive formal garden featuring paved walks and English boxwood borders. A walkway connects the manor house to the conservatory, now outfitted as a guest house with 4 rooms and 1 bath. Scattered around the property are 5 more wood frame cottages with may be rented to tenants or used for group retreats and family visits. This 25.5 acre version of the offering does not include barns/pond, but additional acreage is available if desired.

51 acres Crozet, VA $1,375,000

51 acres Crozet, VA

Albemarle County Joe Samuels Jos. T. Samuels, Inc.

Type: Residential 4 Beds | 4 Baths | 4227 SqFt

Here is a wonderful opportunity for a mountain retreat only 30 minutes from downtown Charlottesville/UVA and 10 minutes from the vibrant village of Crozet. In his design, Architect Bill Atwood, AIA, drew upon the Italian sanctuaries in the Tuscan highlands to capture the natural elements of topography and thermal breezes in his one-level design. The concept comes naturally to this setting where the principal residence is separated by a breezeway from the guest quarters across the sunny courtyard to create a private compound. All of the principal rooms enjoy a true southern exposure and connect one to the other on the interior by a long transverse hallway as well as by the open deck overlooking the five acre pasture and Rockfish Valley below. Workmanship is outstanding with custom cabinets and bookcases complemented by five stone fireplaces and a selection of superb appliances and fixtures. The Master Suite is particularly appealing in its separate private baths and separate private walk-in closets. In one is a master laundry with ASKO washer and dryer to complement the second laundry off the kitchen. Efficient heating and cooling is protected by a Whole house generator for those unexpected occasions. The Guest cottage began as separate offices for a previous owner but evolved into one (or two) bedrooms with full bath and Galley Kitchen. The second bedroom has been used as a living room as well and both principal rooms have skylights. There is a small, private deck off the Guest Cottage as well as a circulating pump water trough for the goldfish. Here, too, is a water collection system taking run-off from the Guest Cottage roof into a 500 gallon container for the courtyard gardens and plants. a two car garage completes the improvements in the immediate compound. But there is more ....... The heated indoor pool is 12' X 40' and enclosed in a 25' X 50' building with skylights and passive solar elements. The pool has a dressing area as well as a full bath. The southern line of the Pool building has a large deck also overlooking the Rockfish Valley. There is also a small building built by the previous owners as a chapel and is a great place for meditation, yoga and reflection upon the extraordinary character of the Blue Ridge and the nearby Shenandoah National Park. The Park is about one mile farther up the mountain and easily accessible.

158 acres Covesville, VA $1,290,000

158 acres Covesville, VA

Albemarle County Rick Walden Virginia Estates

Type: Acreage w/House 3 Beds | 1 Bath

Enjoy total peace and privacy on 158 secluded acres 16 miles from UVA. Two magnificent building sites which is located in a private valley surrounded and protected by the encircling hills. A delightful fully renovated farmhouse would serve well as a home base while constructing a more substantial residence over looking the mountains. Owner/Agent Additional Land Available.

174 acres Charlottesville, VA $870,000

174 acres Charlottesville, VA

Albemarle County Joe Buhrman Commonwealth Land, a division of Commonwealth Commercial Partners, Inc.

Type: Acreage

Mostly Wooded parcel with frontage on Mt. Alto Road $5,000 per acre
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