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Tamworth Farm, a historic home in Aldie, is now on the market for $25 million. It’s the second-most expensive piece of real estate available in Virginia, according to a report from real estate web site Property Shark.
Described as “a history buff’s dream home”, the 511-acre Tamworth Farm is located in its entirety on the Journey Through Hallowed Ground, the federally designated National Heritage Area spanning the Gettysburg-Monticello corridor. Property Shark says the estate features two main residences including a fully renovated historic farmhouse and a manor home reconstructed in 1940 with the stone of the original 1820’s manor home, which reportedly burned down during the Civil War.
The property also features three guest homes, two pools, a tennis court and equestrian facilities, including an indoor riding arena.
The current asking price puts it only behind the $33 million for the North Wales Plantation property in Warrenton.
Middleburg’s Bolinvar estate, at $15 million, came in as the seventh-most expensive parcel available. Featuring 327 acres including a six-bed stone Georgian manor house, the main residence boasts 22 rooms, nine fireplaces, a wine cellar, a pool and perennial gardens. The estate also includes a three-bed guest house and equestrian facilities including an 11-stall stable with two staff apartments, paddocks and a riding ring.
The average Loudoun home is valued around $454,700, according to the Loudoun County government.