Historic Homes on the Market in Middleburg

Sunnyside Farm, Upperville

While Georgetown is justly proud of its historic homes, the Virginia countryside in and around Middleburg is well-stocked with old farmhouses and beautifully restored historic homes. Middleburgers and their neighbors are just as fierce protectors of history and land as their Georgetown counterparts. Here is a sampling of what’s out there for sale.

Sunnyside Farm, Upperville
The entrance to this circa-1750 farm is down a country lane, Lafayette Street, in the heart of the Village of Upperville. Running much of the length of the village and bordering Trinity Episcopal Church, this classic Virginia estate with farmhouse and interior original log house is set amid 254 acres — protected by conservancy but allowing additional main estate and agricultural buildings — with a 10-acre lake.
TTR-Sotheby’s International Realty

Stonyhurst Farm, Middleburg
Less than a mile from the stoplight in the town of Middleburg, this 94-acre property, once called Mt. Olive, is anchored by a circa-1890 stone house first owned by one of the founders of the Middleburg Hunt. In 2000, the parcel was to become the site of 15 homes when the current owners saved it. The farm, with nearly half a mile of frontage along Foxcroft Road, was placed under a conservation easement and has been lovingly brought back to life.
Thomas & Talbot Real Estate

Edgeworth, Marshall
Of considerable historic importance and set on 50 acres in Virginia fox-hunting country, Edgeworth was built circa 1759, with additions circa 1830 and 1850. The house features very high ceilings, seven fireplaces, two master bedrooms, a log family room and two cottages, plus garage space for eight cars, a pool, a six-stall stable, a pond, a stone smokehouse and barns.
Allen Real Estate Co., Ltd.

4350 Fauquier Avenue, The Plains
Offering small-town living in horse country, this home, with six bedrooms and six and a half baths, porches and an enclosed garden, is a former bed-and-breakfast. It is located on more than four acres, within walking distance of restaurants and shops and with easy access to Interstate 66. There is a new kitchen and bar and all the windows have been replaced.
Atoka Properties-Middleberg Real Estate

Liberty Hall, Paris
Built circa 1770, this 20-acre farm below the village of Paris is located five miles west of Upperville, 11 miles west of Middleburg and 35 miles west of Dulles Airport. It remains completely preserved by open-space easements that encircle its borders, which include Ovoka Farm on the north and west, Sky Meadows State Park on the south and the Virginia Outdoors Foundation to the east. The home has undergone three years of meticulous exterior renovation.
Thomas & Talbot Real Estate

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