1909 Architect Julius Gregory-Designed Georgian-Style Manor

$6,500,000 | Built 1909 | 4,950 Sq. Ft. | 4 Beds | 3.5+ Baths | 263.47 Acres

Discover the timeless allure of ‘High Acre Farm,’ a sprawling 263-acre estate showcasing the exquisite 1909 Georgian-style manor designed by renowned architect Julius Gregory. Priced at $6.5 million, this architectural masterpiece spans 4,950 square feet, boasting 4 bedrooms, 3.5+ baths, and an expansive landscape that encapsulates the essence of luxury living. Join us on a journey through this historic gem, where every acre tells a story of elegance and grandeur.

High Acre Farm, making its debut after more than half a century, is situated in the prime locale of Fauquier County, nestled between Middleburg and The Plains within the heart of Orange County Hunt territory. The main residence, a timeless brick Georgian-style marvel from 1909, was envisioned by New York architect Julius Gregory. Boasting 4 bedrooms, 3 full baths, 2 half baths, 7 fireplaces, wood floors, high ceilings, and charming features like 2 balconies off the primary bedroom, this home exudes elegance. The classic family room with stone floors and pickled pine paneling adds a touch of character, complemented by gorgeous millwork and detailed finishes throughout.

Approaching the property, a tree-lined path leads to the estate, adorned with extensive stone walls and a notable terraced garden. Spanning 263.47 acres of rolling and elevated land, the farm offers breathtaking views, encompassing open pastures, mature woods, and two spring-fed ponds. Additional features include the manager’s house, two tenant houses, a machine shed, a long barn, and a dairy complex, each presenting various possibilities. Old kennels and a small barn add to the charm of the property. While more land may be available, it’s important to note that the entire estate is under a Conservation Easement, prohibiting subdivision. The property is being sold in its current As-Is Condition.

Paul MacMahon • macmahonp@icloud.com • 703-609-1905
Photography Credit: Sheridan-MacMahon

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