Historic House Listings

White Plains Farm and Winery, Circa 1740! On 52 acres in Virginia. $1,195,000

August 2, 2019

White Plains Farm and Winery was built in 1740. It is located on 51.96 acres in Hanover, Virginia. This winery produces small barrels of hand crafted, premium wines. Along the vineyard sits the vino serra (wine house). Four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and 4,525 square feet. $1,195,000

From the Zillow listing:


White Plains is currently a family-run, micro-farm winery producing small barrels of hand-crafted, premium wines. A unique farm and vineyard venue boasting a fully renovated 4500+ sq. ft., 200 year old home on 52 acres of land, located in rural Old Church in the Southeastern part of Hanover County. The property, rich in history, offers multiple distinct settings to host an intimate affair to a large celebration. This home blends rustic charm with modern elegance.  Along the vineyard sits the vino serra (wine garden house) which is the perfect intimate place to taste hand farmed craft wines while you entertain your guests during cocktail hour or a lovely vineyard side dinner for smaller guest counts. The traditional dining room offers a beautiful setting for a lunch, holiday dinners or entertaining friends while the formal living room and traditional English Basement Den offer spacious lounge areas.  The traditional English Kitchen features a cozy brick gas fireplace, gas range, marble counters, and opens to the patio with spectacular views.  Bedrooms include a private owner’s suite on the main floor, a guest suite and 2 additional bedrooms on the 2nd floor.


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