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c.1840 Lovell Farm
Located in Madison County, Virginia, on 165+/- private acres, this working farm is bordered on three sides by properties in conservation easement. The land is rolling land with spring-fed ponds and mountain views. Eighty acres in crop conversion, 20 acres of pasture, 65 acres of woods, four tenant houses, three ponds, several barns, and outbuildings. Beautiful 1840 details in the main house and an addition of a wing at the rear of the house.
Little Bit Farm
Located on 44 private acres in Madison County, VA, this exquisite and meticulous horse farm in the heart of Brightwood's rolling land with views and a spring-fed pond offers functionality and charm. This farm has a stallion barn, pony barn, isolation stalls, indoor arena, hay barn, run-in sheds, and a spring-fed pond.
Cedar Run Ranch
This equine training center has everything you need on 67.50 acres in Cumberland, Virginia. The farm enjoys green pastures, streams, miles of reading trails, and rolling land. Built as a training center, it has a 100’x200 heated indoor arena with a sprinkler system.
c.1840 Mill Hill Farm
Located in the southwestern end of the Rockfish Valley in Nelson County, Mill Hill Farm sits on a grassy rise along the South Fork of the Rockfish River. The land is gently rolling, and the scenery is breathtaking. You feel the historic charm of this property the moment the farm comes into view.View Brochure
Legend has it that George Washington once stayed at Cedar Glen while on a surveying trip to Bedford County. As you stand in front of the circa 1760 home, time stands still. It is easy to imagine horse and rider galloping through the 124.9 acres of rolling farmland needing an overnight stay.View Brochure