Historic House Listings

The Dillard Mansion, Circa 1942. On 17 acres in Virginia. $1,450,000

August 29, 2022

The Dillard Mansion is one of Amherst County’s most iconic homes. The home was designed by noted architect, Everette Fauber. The Dillard Mansion was built in 1942. It is located on 17.6 acres in Monroe, Virginia. The home features hardwood floors, crown molding, baseboards, beautiful chandeliers, arched entryways, french doors and a beautiful sunroom. The property has several outbuildings, fenced pastures and fruit trees. Four bedrooms, six bathrooms and 13,090 square feet. $1,450,000

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From the Zillow listing:


This is an incredible opportunity to own one of Amherst County’s most distinguished & iconic homes, the Dillard Mansion. The all stone home, designed by noted architect Everette Fauber, graces a hilltop along Elon Road & offers stunning Blue Ridge Mountain views. Built in 1942 for one of Lynchburg’s great industrialists & philanthropists, this home was designed for entertaining with spacious & elegant formal rooms. The expansive primary suite occupies an entire wing with his & her bathrooms, large closets, a sitting area & a private porch. The terrace level offers another level of living area with an additional kitchen and greenhouse. The grounds consist of 17+/- acres, fenced fields, two outbuildings & a few fruit trees. Property Sold “as-is”. In total, the home offers 24 rooms including 7 bedrooms, 7 baths, 2 half-baths.



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