The Glenfiddich House in Leesburg dates back to the mid-19th century and features a manor house, a log cabin, a carriage house, and a stable building.

All in all, you've got three houses and two outbuildings on the property located at 205 North King Street in Leesburg, Virginia. Formerly known as Harrison Hall, the main house is an elegant four-story Colonial. Over half an acre of landscaped yard and formal gardens surround it.

house, garden

The claim to fame for this historic home is that General Lee and his staff planned the Battle of Antietam in this very dining room. Imagine that!

dining room


The rest of the house retains its charming touches, like the 12 fireplaces, blown glass windows, and pine floors. The open floor plan of the main level is very conducive to large parties and family gatherings.

sitting room

living room

Upstairs, the spacious bedrooms look out onto the verdant lawn's lovely view of old town Leesburg. You've got plenty of space for your antique furniture, too, so shop away for those special pieces.


Just behind the main house is the original log cabin built on the land in 1767. This has also been honored as a national historic landmark building.

log cabin


Added in 2000, the carriage house is ideal for your guests. Built in the style of the main house, it blends seamlessly with its surroundings.

guest house

Inside, the carriage house is spacious and thoroughly modern in its amenities, including a state-of-the-art gourmet kitchen. It has two decks that overlook the spacious yard and gardens.

guest house, kitchen


The nearby stable building is actually an extended-length garage with additional workspace, bathroom, and kitchenette above. How's that for a home office?



With all of the buildings in mind, you end up with 10 bedrooms, five bathrooms, and two powder rooms. That's a bargain at the current list price of $3,499,999.

For more information, visit the original listing by Long and Foster Real Estate.


**All photos in this article are courtesy of Long and Foster Real Estate.

What would you do with this much space in the heart of historic Leesburg? Host epic garden parties? Add a water lily pond? Let us know in the comments!