If you're looking for an elegant country home, then "Fieldstone Farm" fits the bill.

Over 94 acres of prime Virginia farmland are included in this week's featured listing, Fieldstone Farm. This beautiful stone manor was built in 1810 in the traditional Colonial style.

This 4-bedroom home is located at 35633 Snickersville Turnpike in Purcellville and is currently listed for $4,300,000 by Thomas and Talbot Real Estate.


A narrow foyer leads off in all directions to various receiving rooms, including a formal living room, family lounge, breakfast nook, and a formal dining room. Original features like stone fireplaces and exposed timbers appear throughout the home.

living room

dining room

The light-filled open kitchen features top-of-the-line appliances and a priceless view of the surrounding farmland.


Upstairs, no expense was spared in renovations and updates. Just look at this incredible master bedroom suite! The walk-in closet alone is the stuff that dreams are made of.




With over 90 acres of farmland surrounding the home, you have plenty of room to add anything you'd like. Out back, a narrow in-ground pool will be a favorite family gathering spot on hot days.



If you love to ride, there are barns and stables on the property as well. Fenced pastures are just perfect for grazing and riding lessons.


Your overnight visitors will love the guest house which is a charming stone cottage, also built in 1810. It has a single loft bedroom and bath, a compact kitchen, and a cozy living room on the first floor. 


living room


Located just off of Route 7, this property is conveniently located about 40 minutes from the Beltway. It's far enough to feel like you're getting away from it all, and close enough for a relatively easy trip to Leesburg.

For more information, or to schedule a tour of the property, see the original listing

*Photos courtesy of Thomas and Talbot Real Estate.

What are do you love about Fieldstone Farm? Is it the private pond, the guest cottage, or just having all of that space? Let us know in the comments.