This is a beautiful home! I would be happy in the little guest cottage! Guinea Bridge Farm was built in 1745! It is located on 14.88 acres in Purcellville, Virginia. The home features a stone exterior, expansive front porch, chestnut flooring, exposed beams, crown molding, wide baseboards, built-ins, four working fireplaces and some exposed stone walls. The property has a guest cottage and stacked stone walls in the gardens. It looks bigger than what it states. Two bedrooms, one bathroom and 1,664 square feet. $1,500,000
Contact Diana Geremia with Long and Foster Real Estate: 703-587-5403
From the Zillow listing:
Welcome to Guinea Bridge Farm C 1745 a Historical home where time seems to stand still. The current owner has live there for 40 years and after visiting only a few times, I can understand why. It is a place you will not want to leave- A Stone Quaker home with 4 working fireplaces, solid stone walls almost 2 feet thick. Situated in the Goose Creek Historic District with 10 acres of mature dense trees from Walnut to Black Locust. Rolling majestic pasture of just under 5 acres. A meandering stream that flows to a large pond. There is a 4 stall Barn and a machine shed for horses. The home has been lovingly preserved to retain its original character and charm. There is rare salvaged Chestnut tongue and groove flooring in the kitchen, a huge stone fireplace, exposed wood beam ceiling and stone walls. The master bedroom has the 2nd fireplace and maple wide plank flooring. The guest bedroom has pine plank flooring and the 3rd fireplace. There is a parlor with built in shelving cabinets and windows with interior wood shutters. The living room/ study has the 4th fireplace and a wall of custom built bookcases. There is one bathroom on the upper level which sits in between the 2 bedrooms. The front porch with mahogany flooring spans the entire house length and provides a welcoming vantage point with views of the pond and far off mature woods. A dry stack stone wall lines the entrance on one side an the house appears nestled in just above it on the left. Further down the entrance there is a guest cottage/ detached office with a storage area on the driveway level. The home has a standing seam metal roof with galvanized steel gutters. 2 zoned oil heat. The setting is super private with all paved roads to downtown Purcellville which is only 4 miles away. (Gravel is only .25 miles down Guinea Bridge Rd to the driveway.) Please no drive by’s since the home is very private and cannot be seen from the entrance. Please call for an appointment with the listing agent.
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