Spectacular 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath home with over 6,000 sq ft on 6.7 serene acres.
This “Historic” Home is “upcycle” at its best. Materials originate from the Oakland Homestead (c1829) originally located in Southern Virginia. Its history is steeped in the Civil War. This historic home was dismantled, relocated and reconstructed in 2008 with the same workmanship and care of the 19th century but with the high-end amenities and comforts of a luxury estate home.
Comprised of three separate structures connected with hallways of multi-paned windows and French doors, this one-of-a-kind home features one-room deep structures with a full footprint basement, creating one contiguous household full of natural light.
Located at the foot of Short Hill the home overlooks preserved properties, national park land, and Loudoun/Maryland Heights along the Potomac River. This is a must-see-to-appreciate quality craftsmanship with breathtaking views. Located perfectly for the commuter while still being able to live in a relaxed setting, take in the country air and reside in a piece of history.