This week's featured listing is all about the winemaker's way of life.

Could you see yourself moving out to the country to run your own winery? Have you ever wanted your own stables and acres of land to roam free? This dream home combines both of those for an incredible, unique property in the heart of Virginia farmland.

It is currently listed for $3,495,000 by TTR Sotheby's International Realty and is located at 18050 Tranquility Road in Purcellville.

winery, aerial view

The home itself is a not-so-modest farmhouse with six bedrooms, four bedrooms, and two powder rooms all on 39 acres of productive farmland. Relax after a long day in the sparkling pool, or grill up your dinner in the outdoor kitchen.

farmhouse, pool

In addition to rows and rows of mature grapevines, the winery and tasting room are the heart of the operation. Otium Cellars is truly a turn-key business opportunity, complete with an existing following and all the equipment you would need to produce your own wines. Everything is immaculate and tastefully decorated in a cozy country chic look.

winery, tasting room

wine tasting

State-of-the-art equipment and storage facilities are just waiting for your vision of the next great Virginia wine. As an added bonus, the property conveys with 42,000 bottles of its current inventory. Score!

wine casks, barrels

wine vats

The equestrian in the family will love the stables and exercise ring. The current owner runs a horse breeding program out of the facilities, as well as boarding and riding lessons.

equestrian ring

stable, horse

All in all, you have everything you need to create your best life as a farmer on this sprawling country estate. With over 39 acres, you've got plenty of room to build anything else you can dream up. Plant an orchard, build a party barn, or just enjoy it as it is. The sky's the limit!

winery, aerial view

*The photos in this article are courtesy of TTR Sotheby's International Realty.

Can you imagine leaving the city behind and jumping into a brand new life out at this incredible property? Would you focus on the horse farm, or the wine-producing side of things? Let us know in the comments!