Turn-Key hunting preserve in Rappahannock - 300 acres - 1 mile of River Frontage

Castle Mountain Farm is a turn-key hunting preserve. Located in Rappahannock County, Virginia - about one and one half-hour from D.C. . 292 acres of impeccably kept grounds, boast panoramic views of the Blue Ridge Mountains and offer just under one mile of river frontage. The extensive trail system allows one to walk or drive the entire property, at any time of year. The custom built main home underwent an extensive renovation under ten years ago, and will not disappoint. New age slate roof, Maple flooring, Chef's kitchen, Cedar closet, his/hers master closets, main level master, full basement with workshop, built-in-shelving, expansive deck and windows frame the dramatic views. This carefully planned, farm preserve must be seen in person to be fully appreciated. Small orchard of fruit trees, a fully stocked pond and board and batten workshop (adorned with antlers and heated by a large woodstove) add to the charm of this idyllic gentleman's farm.

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Minutes to Middleburg | Fauquier County | Roundaway Farm

Roundaway Farm is a one-of-a-kind estate in a league of its own, surrounded by gently rolling, preserved properties. Extensive gardens and equestrian facilities were all designed by the former owners in 1990, with maximum function and quality as the central theme. This rare offering is located with easy access to I-66, the villages of Middleburg, Marshall, Upperville and The Plains.

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Dynamic marketing! No property too big or small! Local Presence | Global Reach

Call me today for a market analysis of your property, or a current list of properties for sale in Rappahannock, Orange Culpeper, Madison and Fauquier.

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Spring Bustle with NO Hustle - Liza L. Payne - Sotheby's Realty

The start of spring usually ushers in the high season for the local real estate market.  March numbers did not disappoint, providing a strong foundation for the market that will hopefully continue into April and beyond. 

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