Historic 1827 home "Coolbrook" situated on 23.96 acres with multiple barns, a gate house and a long entrance drive lined with magnificent trees. The property is located on a picturesque country road just east of the village of Lincoln. The neighborhood is an enclave of 19th Century landscapes with pastoral views protected by conservation easements, yet it's just five minutes from great schools, stores, restaurants, and other amenities in the town of Purcellville. 15 minutes from the city of Leesburg and an easy commute into D.C. and Northern Virginia job centers. Located in the Loudoun Hunt Territory. The lower levels of the bank barns are fitted out with stables, a tack room and other equestrian necessities. There's also a large upstairs barn space for parties and events. The bathrooms, kitchen and interior surfaces of the house need updating, but it will be a lovely, comfortable home with a few wise decorating choices by someone with an eye for design. The three rules of real estate are location, location and location. This property is a textbook example of that principle.
The property and other parts of Coolbrook Farm are subject to a conservation easement that protects open space views and a stream restoration easement pursuant to which Crooked Run and its tributaries will be restored to a beautiful condition. The property and neighboring properties are also located within the Goose Creek Historic District.
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