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FOR SALE
$1,799,000

36905 Highwater Road
Purcellville, VA 20132

Single Family, Single Family-Detached
Residence
4
Beds
1
Baths
+
1 Half
2,360
Sq. Ft.
9.91
Acre Lot
1of
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Courtesy: Pearson Smith Realty, LLC
brightmlshomes.com> Virginia> Purcellville> 20132
Nestled quietly off Charles Town Pike, privacy abounds at Stone Hedge Farm, where 9.91 acres of flourishing land, trees and foliage sit behind North Fork Catoctin Creek in the Hillsboro Historic District. The opportunities are limitless as the bucolic mountainside property welcomes you to leave your own mark in history. Envision an estate poised in the heart of wine country with an abundance of wineries and breweries located minutes away, eclectic shops and restaurants within a short stroll, and many more awaiting nearby in Historic Downtown Leesburg and Downtown Purcellville. This magnificent property, full of potential, boasts multiple buildings including a 2360+ square foot 4-bedroom farmhouse, a detached oversized 2-car stone garage, a historically-contributing spring house, and a pre-Civil War era stone barn- one of only a few barns that survived The Burning Raid of 1864. The historically unique, three-story barn, constructed by the same builder who erected what is now Hillsboro Vineyard, features the original hay hoist, a poured concrete slab ready to be expanded on, and many more additions- old and new. Escape from the ordinary and breathe in the brisk mountain air, complemented with a freshwater spring and spring-fed pond; not only furthering its appeal but also the income potential for this rare, mixed-use zoned property. Take advantage of Hillsboroâs unique Agricultural Conservancy zoning which allows for a myriad of business opportunities. Step past the covered, wrap-around porch and into the early 1900âs farmhouse where you can find a character-filled interior showcasing original hardwoods, beamed ceilings, custom moldings and wood-burning fireplaces and stoves. With a 1920 addition to the main home, alongside a 2010 full electrical upgrade, recently relined chimneys and the installation of an alternative septic system in 2016 (and a soon to come public sewer), this property is waiting to be Hillsboroâs crown jewel. This extraordinary opportunity provides incredible possibilities along with sweeping views, a productive natural spring, a thriving downtown all in the epicenter of D.C.âs wine country. Hillsboro is a community with roots dating to the pre-Revolutionary period of American history. Its unique characteristics bear the imprint of its geography, geology and the harnessing of those by pioneering and entrepreneurial settlers. Established and then shaped by the evolution of Early America, Hillsboroâs archaeology, architecture and social past represents a rich trove of American history. Welcome, explore, stay.
VALO2008782
Single Family, Single Family-Detached, Colonial
4
LOUDOUN
1 Full/1 Half
1903
2.5%
9.91 Acres
Hot Water Heater, Electric Water Heater, Public Wa
Wood Siding, Mason
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