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272 acres Gordonsville, VA $2,950,000

272 acres Gordonsville, VA

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

Type: Acreage w/House 3 Beds | 4 Baths | 3636 SqFt

"Jordan" is the quintessential 19th century farmhouse privately situated deep in 272 acres near James Madison's Montpelier. The elegance of the original structure has been complemented by architecturally planned additions and renovations bringing scale and workmanship to the 21st century. Fertile soil, several springs and streams emanate from Merry Mountain on the Southwest range in the Madison-Barbour Historic District. Summer kitchen remains. Great candidate for a conservation easement. Easy to show - call agent. Frontage along Rte. 15 to a depth of 600' are zoned R-1 and the balance is zoned Agricultural. Big Dogs "Baxter" & "Ginger" will bark but are very friendly. Property also has access off Cedar Hill Road - a privately maintained 50' right-of-way. Well maintained Farm Mgr's residence available on second showing has 3 bedrooms and 1 bath.

404 acres Culpeper, VA $2,375,000

404 acres Culpeper, VA

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

Type: River House 4 Beds | 1.5 Baths | 2470 SqFt

In the early 18th century, on part of Alexander Spotswoods vast land grant from King George II, was built a small home. In a document dated 1735 the home was leased to Charles Dewitt for one ear of Indian Corn annually for four years and six hundred pounds weight of good sound merchantable top tobacco every year thereafter. The earliest portion of the house is one room wide and two rooms deep with a loft. The two first level rooms have corner fireplaces, a distinctive Tidewater influence, both served by a single chimney on the gable-end wall. There is a warming cupboard built above one of the fireplaces. The Residence was expanded ca. 1839 with the addition of three levels including an English basement designed as a winter kitchen and dining room. Here, today, is still the 19th century food storage pit near the fireplace. Oral tradition has it here was hidden whiskey and children during the Civil War. Today, the house is beaded weatherboard siding capped with a standing-seam metal roof. Principal rooms have ceilings of 10' with beautiful heart pine floors and original woodwork details. Windsor resides in unusual privacy where the vestiges of man are absent. This splendid little manor has undergone extensive restoration over the last 15 years and requires no effort to begin use as a private retreat or permanent residence. Here, too, is a log-cabin guest quarters with bedroom, stone fireplace, full bath and private deck overlooking Mountain Run. A lovely kitchen garden features an 18th century cabin as storage space. The stable is nearby with fenced paddocks, waterers and run-in-sheds. There are 6+ miles of ATV and/or horseback riding trails on the farm. A billiard building and equipment shed complete the improvements. The Property fronts 6,133 on the south bank of the Rapidan with elevations ranging from 150 to 360. There is an ATV/horse bridge across broad Mountain Run and there is frontage on Mine Run, both of which empty into the Rapidan at Windsor. There are about 125 acres in fertile bottomland, 25 acres in pasture with the balance in mature forest. Farm equipment (most dating from 2006-2008 in excellent order) is conveyed with the farm. The Va. Department of Game and Inland Fisheries describes fishing access along this portion of the Rapidan as primitive, meaning difficult, with canoe access miles apart. The reward is a Rapidan where the water is clear, swift, and dominant substrates are bedrock, boulder and cobble providing perfect habitat for smallmouth bass... With the removal of Embrey Dam, shad and striped bass now seasonally migrate upstream beyond Fredericksburg and could ascend to Windsor. Devils Knob, the highest elevation at Windsor, was one of the Confederat observation posts during the Civil War. From here Robert E. Lees Lieutenants witnessed Ulysses S. Grant amass an army of 122,00 soldiers across the River in Culpeper. Shortly after Midnight on May, 4, 1864 Grants Army crossed the Rapidan just downstream at Germanna to meet Lees forces approaching 100,000 troops and the Battle of the Wilderness began.

294 acres Somerset, VA $2,250,000

294 acres Somerset, VA

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

Type: Acreage w/House 3 Beds | 2.5 Baths | 3324 SqFt

The Manor at Anwesen was built in 1859 by Edward Beazley, a successful Planter and Businessman. Mr. Beazley took advantage of the abundant resources in building his house of heart pine weatherboard over a brick, tall English Basement while capturing the Italianate influence popular in the mid 19th Century. What is rare in ANWESEN is the side-passage, double-pile design. There were others in the Historic District of similar design, notably Hilton, Springdale and High Point, but most were later expanded to a central passage plan. Indeed, the Beazley descendants have indicated it was their ancestors intent to expand the house and lumber was stacked to do so upon the outbreak of the Civil War. Orange County was the center of activity for much of the War and the lumber was burned by troops as firewood leaving ANWESEN as the sole survivor of the side-passage plan in the Historic District. The manor is privately situated in the center of the farm with broad views of the Blue Ridge Mountains. The plan is of very pleasing scale and is reminiscent today of a Georgetown Townhouse set amidst the splendor of the Virgina Countryside. Flush chimneys provide the source for 7 fireplaces and the heart pine floors await restoration to expose their natural hue. Dependencies include a rare box-frame building of heavy timber construction with rubblestone chimney built 1850-1870 that may have served as Slave Quarters but clearly served as a schoolhouse after the War. Interestingly, the interior was never sheathed. The 1860 Smoke House remains but a Summer Kitchen which stood on the current Gazebo site was removed by a previous owner. There are the remains of a Sourghum Mill site where the circular path of the mules powering the Mill Stone is still evident. Like many of its neighbors, ANWESEN is protected in perpetuity by a conservation easement. A copy of the easement is available but the basic tenets provide for additional dwelling(s), barns, stables, pools, etc., for modern living while also providing for any changes contemplated at the Manor. This area has always been known for its large farms and historic houses. After the War, the rich soil, large farms and the antebellum transportation network remained intact and the prosperity of the 1850s was not entirely lost. These areas continued to prosper and, even today, the rich soil provides a foundation for abundant agricultural opportunities and the large farms provide rare privacy. In many ways, the intrusion of 20th Century Man are absent. ANWESEN is located in SW Orange County approximately 25 minutes from Charlottesville and the University of Virginia and the University of Virginia Medical Center.

232 acres Gordonsville, VA $1,875,000

232 acres Gordonsville, VA

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

Type: Acreage w/House 3 Beds | 2 Baths | 1984 SqFt

Francis Cowherd was an early settler in Orange County and bought land from James Madison, Sr. on which he built several homes for himself and his family. He was known as Major Cowherd and was a devoted soldier in the Revolutionary War. Coming down through his family, Cowherd Mtn. Farm is the last remaining tract of land bought from the Madison family. Here, fertile red soil and quintessential rolling Piedmont terrain rising to the crest of Cowherd mountain can be found. Springs and streams abound and leave mature hardwood forest on the mountain falling to the lower elevations of deep pasture. The old farmhouse dates to the early 20th century and has received careful attention over the last decade including new A/C, new vinyl windows, new baths and kitchen. There are three bedrooms and two full baths with living room, dining room in addition to the large eat-in kitchen.

177.5 acres Gordonsville, VA $650,000

177.5 acres Gordonsville, VA

Orange County United Country Piedmont Real Estate United Country Piedmont Real Estate

Type: Acreage

Charming private farm is a perfect place to just get away from it all. Create your own oasis on this 177 acre farm that has a little of everything, hay and pastureland, pond, creeks, frontage on the North Anna River and nice woods for the family to hike or hunt and fish and truly enjoy the outdoors. Plenty of room for cows, horses and maybe a few chickens could be just the place for those seeking a self-sufficient lifestyle. Bordered by the bustling Washington D.C. Metro area to the north, Richmond to the south east, located in bucolic rural Virginia, this farm is in the heart of the Virginia Piedmont, providing the best of both worldsthe cultural amenities of our Nations Capital, Charlottesville and Richmond and a friendly relaxed family environment for everyday living. This property retains the rural qualities of Virginia farms and land while being conveniently close local commuter routes to the Washington D.C. metro area and northern Virginias tech corridor.

10.83 acres Gordonsville, VA $565,000

10.83 acres Gordonsville, VA

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

Type: Residential 5 Beds | 5 Baths | 4331 SqFt

Sleepy Hollow Farm is ideally located near the village of Somerset in the Madison-Barbour Rural Historic District of Orange County. Anchored by Montpelier, President James Madisons home, the Historic District is today recognized for its open spaces and farming estates largely unchanged from the 19th century. Sleepy Hollow resides along the beautiful Blue Ridge Turnpike built in the 1850s. Construction of the Turnpike connected the Shenandoah Valley farm markets past Sleepy Hollow to the nearby Town of Gordonsville, then a major railroad junction and commercial center. At its core (the dining room) the residence at Sleepy Hollow may date to the 18th century and be a patent house or a house constructed to maintain and keep the Kings Grant. It was expanded in the late 19th century and again in the mid 20th century. Today, this country house offers a lot of charm and comfort. Most recently Sleepy Hollow has been a Bed & Breakfast capturing an audience of visitors to the Rural Historic District scenery, Montpelier and the charmingly renovated Town of Gordonsville. The cottage adjacent to the main house has served as a duplex for B&B purposes but can also serve beautifully today as guest or staff quarters. The land is 10+ acres bordered by mature hardwood forest with views over the neighboring Piedmont. Sleepy Hollow is in the Keswick Hunt and, with the small barn and open pastures, could easily provide for the foxhunting enthusiast. There is also a stream and spring-fed pond on Sleepy Hollow. The soil is deep and fertile suitable for grapes and vineyard, specialty crops of berries, etc., or just good, strong pasture for your livestock.

53.4 acres Locust Grove, VA $189,900

53.4 acres Locust Grove, VA

Orange County Ralph Toomey R.J. Toomey Real Estate, Inc.

Type: Acreage


6.47 acres Locust Grove, VA $59,995

6.47 acres Locust Grove, VA

Orange County Ralph Toomey R.J. Toomey Real Estate, Inc.

Type: Acreage

6.47 mostly wooded acres convenient to Rt. 3 and Fredericksburg. Driveway installed, homesite cleared. Requires Alt. septic system. Owner financing available with only $995 down, $635mo., 15yrs/10%apr.

260 acres Gordonsville, VA $3,300,000

260 acres Gordonsville, VA

Orange County Frank Hardy Frank Hardy Inc.

Type: Residential 3 Beds | 2.5 Baths | 2334 SqFt

A setting of mature trees and landscaping is home to this wonderfully restored home, c. 1782. Loyal to the character and integrity of the home, the current owners have meticulously updated and restored Clifton to facilitate modern convenience melded with history and charm. Equestrian enthusiasts will love this country property with a well-appointed 15 stall stable, International style riding ring, 145 acres in pasture, several paddocks, and additional outbuildings for hay and equipment storage.

32.35 acres Orange, VA $1,595,000

32.35 acres Orange, VA

Orange County Frank Hardy Frank Hardy Inc.

Type: Acreage w/House 4 Beds | 4 Baths

Within 1 mile of historic Montpelier, this equestrian farm enjoys a peaceful setting amidst Virginia's beautiful countryside.Custom Brick home with a grand columned aggregate front porch and walkway that partakes of beautiful mountain views, stable, outdoor ring and fencing. Views of the Blue Ridge Mountains to the west and the rolling hills of Orange Co to the east, this property encompasses all that country living in Virginia implies. Additional adjoining land available. Keswick Hunt access.

366 acres Locust Grove, VA $795,000

366 acres Locust Grove, VA

Orange County Randy Tingler William A. Cooke, Inc.

Type: Acreage

Large parcel in the Gold Dale area. Rolling land part in Orange and part in Spotsylvania Counties. Near intersection of Routes 20 and 3. Mostly managed pines, but some wildlife fields cleared and planted. Currently a great hunting parcel but would make a nice farm or estate property. Owner Financing possible. Disclosure: This property is owned by William A. Cooke, Inc. The property also features an older home in need of repair.

0.9 acres Orange, VA $22,500

0.9 acres Orange, VA

Orange County Randy Tingler William A. Cooke, Inc.

Type: Acreage

Soil work has been engineered (drip system), 3 bedroom perk, paved driveway already in, lot cleared, great location near Rt 15 between Town of Gordonsville and Town of Orange. Great Price!

373 acres Orange, VA

$5,000,000 Orange County

350 acres Somerset, VA

350 acres Somerset, VA

$4,950,000 Orange County

150 acres Somerset, VA

150 acres Somerset, VA

$2,950,000 Orange County

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