Just in time for Halloween, our featured listing is a beautiful, 19th-century Gothic-style manor on 112 acres in Oak Grove. 

Built in 1850, "Wirtland" is a classic Gothic Revival with all sorts of interesting details. It has four bedrooms, two bathrooms, a powder room, and a fully finished basement all on over 100 acres of land. I'm not saying the house is creepy, but there are a few reasons why we saved it for late October.

It all starts at the covered portico and the imposing double front doors. Add your own gargoyles to welcome your visitors.


entry, double doors

The main floor is a series of comfortable living areas, including a formal dining room, living room, and a more casual day room for watching TV.

dining room

day room, living room

Upstairs, the bedrooms are lovely and spacious, with hardwood floors and fireplaces throughout the home. Each window has an endless view of the verdant acreage surrounding you.



This is the showstopper of the house, though ... check out this basement. You could REALLY scare the neighborhood kids around Halloween if you decorated it! Running the full length of the home, it has plenty of space for an office, another living area, or lounge. The current owners have a full bar set up on one side.

stairs, basement


bar, basement

The heavy stone and brick construction make it the ideal spot for a wine cellar and your own tasting room. 

wine cellar

With 112 acres to play with, you have all the room in the world to add on to your heart's content. The surrounding land is a combination of woods and pasture so you have your pick of locations for a pool, tennis courts, or even a guesthouse.


This week's dream home is currently listed by Berkshire Hathaway for $1,780,000. For more information or to schedule a tour, visit the original listing. It is located at 6073 Leedstown Road in Oak Grove, though you may also see the town listed as Colonial Beach.

aerial view, mansion

**All of the photos in this article are courtesy of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices.

Could you see yourself in this amazing Gothic Revival? What is your favorite feature of the home? Let us know in the comments!