Incredible 157 acre estate with a c.1800 Federalist-style home and more in Albemarle County.
Living in Virginia has its perks, like being surrounded by beauty in each and every season, as well as living in an area steeped in history. Hidden Springs brings both of those things to you in an incredible showing. The main home on the property was built for Patrick Henry’s daughter around the year 1800. Interesting enough, it was not built on this site, but was disassembled in 1991 and rebuilt and upgraded in it’s current location.
Hidden Springs offers not only a significant amount of privacy, but gorgeous vistas. You will even come across numerous creeks on the property. Most of the acreage consists of hardwoods, but there are approximately 20 acres of open pastures.
The cottage could function as an in-law suite or guest home. It has 2 bedrooms, and each have their own bath and fireplace. The cottage is separated from the main house by a formal garden.
The 20 open acres would be great for a hobby farm, horses, or even a small vineyard.
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