If 42 acres and an 18th-century farmhouse sound like paradise to you, then this week's dream home is right up your alley.
Located in Round Hill, Virginia, this Loudoun County property has beautiful views of the Blue Ridge Mountains and a working horse farm. The main house was built in 1750 and has two additions that manage to preserve the rustic feel of the original building, bringing in the best of modern-day life.
The center of the main house maintains its beautiful 18th-century features like plank wood floors, fireplaces and a brick exterior. If you love antiquing, this is the perfect backdrop for your favorite pieces.
The kitchen resides in one of the additions. It has tons of counter space and every modern appliance you could need, including double ovens and a gas range. It flows naturally into an eat-in dining nook where a large bank of windows floods the space with natural light.
Upstairs, the spacious bedrooms feature cozy touches like window seats and coffered ceilings. The bathrooms are thoroughly modern and sleek. Who doesn't love a walk-in shower?
The gardener in the family will appreciate the fenced plot off to the side of the house. Gravel paths ensure that grass won't take over and it gets all the sunlight it needs to grow just about anything.
The stables would make this property a major find for any equestrian family. Fenced paddocks surround them and with 42 acres, you have plenty of room to expand – maybe add a jumping course?
Do you daydream about napping under a tree by your own personal pond? You can do that here!
To learn more about the property or to schedule a viewing, view the original listing by Sotheby's International Realty. This week's dream home is located at 20597 Furr Road in Round Hill and is currently listed for $1,995,000. The main house has four bedrooms and four bathrooms. The property also includes stables, a barn, a run-in shed, and a private pond on 42.53 acres.
**All of the photos in this article are courtesy of Sotheby's International Realty.
Can you imagine yourself in this amazing farmhouse? What would you do with the rest of the land? Leave it as is or maybe expand the garden with an orchard? Let us know in the comments!