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George Washington owned the land! Dearmont Hall, Circa, 1850. 15 acres.

April 27, 2018

Located on 15 acres of land that George Washington owned! After the American Revolution it was owned by Lawrence Butler, a Major in the Continental Army. He is buried in the pasture. During the Civil War it was owned by Washington Dearmont of Mosby’s Rangers. Built in 1850 in White Post, Virginia. Four bedrooms, four bathrooms, and 5,250 square feet. $674,900

From the Zillow listing:


1850 Greek Revival on10 fenced ac~s.Land owned by George Washington.After the American Revolution, owned by Lawrence Butler, Maj. in the Continental Army.Butler is buried in the pasture.During the Civil War,It was the home of Washington Dearmont of Mosby~s Rangers.Original millwork,3 fireplaces,4 covered porches,10~ceilings,garage,run-in shed,and a 18th century icehouse. Add~l 5 ac lot w/ DUR.$75K
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