This week's featured listing is a stone home in Hamilton, Virginia, dating back to 1700. Modern additions and careful restorations make this unique property quite a find.

Blending the old with the new, this week's dream home is High Point, a carefully restored stone home built in 1700. It is located at 39455 Digges Valley Road in Hamilton and is listed at $2,200,000. The central building is flanked by two modern additions, and the property includes an outbuilding and the surrounding 19.51 acres. Between the two buildings, there are four bedrooms, five bathrooms, and a powder room.

aerial view

As soon as you enter the space, you know you're somewhere special. The original stonework and hardwood floors are visible throughout the home, as are several working fireplaces.

breakfast nook

The kitchen has been thoroughly modernized, and clever cabinetry keeps the updated appliances from looking out of place.


Upstairs, the master bedroom boasts an expansive view of the pastureland and a luxurious en suite bath.



This house was truly designed for entertaining. Outdoor dining areas head out to the grilling area for effortless weekend barbecues. Can't you just imagine the epic parties you would have out here?

dining area


The yard is the perfect place for a game of croquet or a simple walk through the gardens. Down the path is a lily pond and further out in the property is your own personal fishing hole.


Perhaps the coolest part of this historic property is the outbuilding, which was formerly a blacksmith shop. Fully renovated with a loft bedroom overhead, this extra space is perfect for an office, guest house, or just somewhere to get away.



All things considered, this week's dream home has it all: a beautiful stone house with modern additions, a quaint extra outbuilding, and plenty of room to expand. Could you see yourself in this Loudoun County home?


For more information, or to scheduled a viewing, visit the original listing

**All of the photos in this article are courtesy of Washington Fine Properties.

What would you do with this extraordinary property? Put in a tennis court? Add a greenhouse? Let us know your ideas in the comments!