Located in Nellysford on Rt. 151, a state-designated scenic byway near Wintergreen resort, wineries, breweries, orchards, and the Blue Ridge mountains; this home was built on 16 acres initially as a boutique hotel, retreat, and teaching hub. Ten bedrooms, ten bathrooms, two living rooms, an exercise room, conference space, computer room, and greenhouse. A rare opportunity to create a fantastic business or enjoy as a family retreat or Airbnb.
Located in the Virginia Piedmont
region, just east of the Blue Ridge Mountains, where you find a commitment
to land preservation, rests Lovell c.1840 on 165 +/- acres of rolling farmland bordered by the Robinson River. Surrounded on three sides by properties under conservation easement, Lovell enjoys the romance of
timeless beauty and the tradition of the Virginia hunt country.
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.
Tucked into a landscape of wineries, breweries, and spectacular views, sits a custom-built home on 16.78 acres in Nellysford. The scenic driveway begins at the South Fork Rockfish River, passing by the stocked pond and award-winning vineyard to a home overlooking the valley with panoramic mountain views.
Tucked away minutes from Charlottesville and meticulously maintained, this gracious SMART home with extensive renovations offers distinctive details throughout the house. Large windows give the feel of a private sanctuary with views of the beautiful landscaping throughout.
A heart rarely feels compelled to write a love letter to a house. Eldon is not ordinary. She is different. History deepened the soul of this house and inspired a poetic love letter that is part of its historical past.
The approach along the tree-lined drive leads to the majestic beauty of Eldon. Your eyes meet the stunning 18-room, three-story white frame house when it comes into view. Five south-facing gabled dormer windows and four tall white Tuscan pillars stand guard with wide porches on three sides of the house. It is an impressive sight.
Located on 44 private acres in Madison County, VA, this exquisite and meticulous horse farm nestled in the heart of Brightwood's rolling land with views and a spring-fed pond offers functionality and charm. Everything you need for your horses can be found here; stallion barn, pony barn, isolation stalls, indoor arena, hay barn, run in sheds, spring-fed pond.
Nestled into a rise on a charming scenic road, the home has views of rolling land and a winding stream. The property was thoughtfully designed as a horse farm on 12.2 acres with 10.41 acres in Albemarle and 1.79 acres in Fluvanna County. The horse facilities consist of a four-stall center aisle barn with hay storage, a wash stall, and a heated tack room. In addition, there is a second three-stall row barn, five paddocks, two run-in sheds, and a pond.
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. Thoughtfully built as a training center with a 100’x200 heated indoor arena with sprinkler system.
This well-designed home on 39.68 acres in the quiet countryside of Schuyler offers an idyllic homestead sited on a knoll overlooking rolling land, a barn, and a cottage. Beyond the barn lies a large picturesque pond that invites fishing and reflection. Stars light the night sky for stargazing.
Hidden Creek, located in Crimora, among wildlife and the Blue Ridge Mountains, is the perfect year-round home or weekend retreat property. Tucked back from the road, this fabulous custom-built log home on 3.8 acres offers privacy and convenience. With extensive landscaping and flagstone walkways, it is a home of quality and attention to detail. The floorplan is open and inviting, with pinewood floors throughout the house.
Gaited Meadows is a 21-acre horse farm gently tucked into the Fluvanna countryside. The tree-lined driveway will capture your interest and lead you on a gravel driveway along the pasture to the house. As the house comes into view, you can glimpse the barn and back pasture through the trees. The farm's layout is thoughtful and practical, with privacy and functionality in mind.
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 in need of an overnight stay.
The Barnmaster center-aisle barn has eight 12 x 12 matted stalls with sliding windows and feed doors, a hot and cold wash bay, and a tack room with a bathroom. Turn out is easy with seven paddocks and four run-in sheds. Second access gates run through the middle of the paddocks. Water and electricity run to each paddock. An old arena with a bluestone base and arena light sit at the rear of the property. There is a two bedroom farmhouse that is charming.
Palmyra Hill offers 17 acres with privacy, a stocked pond, fenced pastures, barns, and beautiful views. Freshly painted and remodeled, the home is move-in ready and offers one-level living. This sustainable farmette is perfect for vegetable gardens, animals and offers peaceful, easy living.
CharlottesvilleEquestrianProperties.com is a website focused on horse farms in the Central Virginia area. Visit this site to find equestrian homes for sale.
VirginiaHistoricEstates.com is a website for historic properties. Find historic homes in Central Virginia. Visit this site if you are looking for a home built prior to 1930.
CharlottesvilleCountryEstates.com is where we started. It was one of the first websites in the area to focus on country estates in Charlottesville.