Historic House Listings

76 acres in VA. Birchgate, circa 1738. $749,000

October 6, 2018

Birchgate is an equestrial heirloom estate designed by a world renowned horsewoman and dressage judge and competitor. Built in 1738. Located on 76 acres in Amissville, Virginia. There is a main house and a guest house joined together by a flagstone terrace. There is a 12 stall barn and an indoor arena on the property. Four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and 2,300 square feet. $749,000

From the Zillow listing:


PRICED to SELL~ “BIRCHGATE” is a Wonderful Equestrian Heirloom Estate built in c. 1738~ Designed by an world renowned horsewoman & Dressage Judge/competitor the farm boasts a fabulous layout with 76 sub-dividable acres (3 tax parcels) of hayfields, pastures, woods, & stocked pond. The Stately Main house, Guest Cottage, 12-stall center aisle Barn w/dutch doors, Tack & feed room, hot/cold washrack, INDOOR ARENA (200X70) w/lights & a Regulation (63×133) outdoor Dressage arena. The home offers hardwood floors, brick kitchen floor, & original VA stone is evident throughout the farm. The Charming Guest Cottage is connected to the main home via a flagstone terrace (could easily connect the 2 structures for more sq ft). GREAT LOCATION! B&B?

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