This pre-Civil War, stone farmhouse has been beautifully restored and updated throughout the years without taking away the historic charm of this lovely home. Situated on 32 acres of unrestricted land, you can spread out, bring the horses and outdoor toys to enjoy on this peaceful, private property. Make sure to invite your friends over for a dip in the in-ground pool with waterfall feature and stone surround. Then relax around the fire pit or grill on the gorgeous stone patio. Your guests may never want to leave! The main portion of the house was built in 1832 of stone and features the original wood floors and fireplaces in the study, dining room, and kitchen. The kitchen has been remodeled, yet retains the original charm, and now features a large, custom island with breakfast bar, and built-in farm sink, granite countertops, and top-of-the-line stainless steel appliances including a cooktop with overhead hood. Located just off the kitchen is a bright and airy East-facing breakfast room, full of windows, overlooking the green pastures. The West Porch, on the other side of the house, is a 4-season sunroom with vaulted ceilings and recessed lighting that walks right out to your private stone patio-perfect for enjoying the sunset. A stunning family room with a wood-burning fireplace over the two-car garage newer updates to the home. The main level bedroom has an attached, fully remodeled bath and a separate laundry closet. On the second level you'll find Bedroom #2 with vaulted ceilings and a separate sitting room/walk-in closet area. Bedroom #3 has a cozy wood-burning fireplace. The 3rd-floor owner's suite offers built-ins, dual closets, exposed beams, skylights, and has an open, loft-like feel to it, very unique! Central A/C and oil/hot water baseboard heat in the majority of the first floor main living level. New fencing installed 3 years ago. Original historic stone Spring House, ice house, and sheep barn remain on the property. All this is located just minutes from the Marc Commuter Train station, Charles Town's Hollywood Casino, and the tranquil Shenandoah and Potomac Rivers. And just a short drive to Virginia's wine country.
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