The country life has never been so elegantly packaged! This week's dream home started out as a 19th-century farmhouse and was ingeniously transformed into a mountaintop manor in 1922.
Listed at just $1,195,000, the property at 120 Maple Ridge Lane in Hot Springs boasts seven bedrooms, six bathrooms, and two powder rooms for over 8,000 square feet of living space. The surrounding lot is 21.2 acres of woodland and pastures.
The dramatic lines of pristine white columns highlight the classic design of the home. A generous portico wraps around the front, creating the perfect space to enjoy cool breezes while you wait to welcome your guests. Mint julep, anyone?
Inside, the entryway is dominated by a sweeping staircase, perfect for making a grand entrance.
Living spaces are made cozier by paneled walls and gentle light from shaded sconces. The sunroom is a great option for afternoon tea or just lounging with a book.
No expense was spared in the fully renovated kitchen. State-of-the-art appliances blend seamlessly with custom woodwork and sleek counters.
Upstairs, the master bedroom suite is positively cavernous. The master bath features a claw foot tub for the ultimate in relaxation.
Just because the house is over a century old doesn't mean you have to sacrifice the modern comforts. A lovely backyard pool is there for sunning yourself and swimming whenever you'd like. The adjacent pool house is perfect for entertaining or just changing after your morning laps.
A three-car garage means you won't have to scrape your car in the winter!
*All photos in this article are courtesy of Clarkson and Wallace.
Just imagine -- for less than the price of a McMansion in the 'burbs, you could be living the genteel life in the country on this gorgeous estate. It is located at 120 Maple Ridge Lane in Hot Springs, about 90 minutes from Charlottesville in the picturesque mountains. List price is $1,195,000.
For more information about this property or to schedule a showing, visit the original listing by Clarkson and Wallace.
How would you make this mountain manor house into a home? Built a tree house in the forest for the kids? Add an outdoor dining area by the pool? Let us know in the comments below!