Historic House Listings

Oh my! The Manor House, Circa 1929. On 158 acres in Hot Springs, Virginia. $3,200,000

November 1, 2020

This is quite an estate! Built for a silent founding partner of E. F. Hutton. That staircase is amazing! This tudor style home is just minutes from iconic Homestead Resort. The home was built in 1929. On 158 acres in Hot Springs, Virginia. The home has original hardwood floors, original solid wood doors, original windows, and exposed beams. The property has a greenhouse, a gardeners cottage, a 12 stable barn, a second 8 stable barn, four car garage, stable hand quarters, and a one bedroom guest cottage. Eleven bedrooms, ten bathrooms, and 9,328 square feet. $3,200,000

Contact Amber Mason with Keller Williams: 540-520-9784

From the Zillow listing:


Truly one-of-a-kind Tudor Estate in the rolling hills of Hot Springs, just minutes from the iconic Homestead Resort. The Manor house was custom built for a silent founding partner of E.F. Hutton and his fox-hunt loving wife. No expense was spared, the details are too many to count. Solid wood bas relief interior doors, mouth blown glass windows, hand carved walnut moulding and arched doorways, carved stone fireplaces, Delft tile fireplace surround, blue stone entry flooring…the list just continues. The additional structures include a professional greenhouse, gardeners cottage (2 br, 1 ba, +/- 1000sf), 12 stable barn, separate 8 stable barn with 4 car garage and stable hand quarters, bus barn for farm equipment, 4 car barn with maintenance bay, & one bedroom cottage.


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