Hidden on its own private lane, this 18th century farmhouse gives guests the chance to experience the past. Laurel Hill Farm was originally built in 1762 with several additions in the following centuries. The house has been restored and updated to include modern amenities. Among the charming period features are hand blown glass windows, exposed brick walls, original wide board pine floors, all of which are blended seamlessly with updated baths and a modern kitchen. Located in Loudoun wine and horse country, off paved Hamilton Station Road, this property includes 30 acres of rolling Blue Ridge farmland in Waterford. Nearby attractions include over 30 wineries and breweries within ten miles, a less than a seven mile drive from the heart of Leesburg and a 25 minute drive to Harper's Ferry. Other unique attributes are a murmuring stream emanating from a stone spring house, an 1824 stone barn, and an outdoor patio with hardscape lighting.
Please note: We live nearby and tend to animals on the property twice a day. We also add and adjust the furniture occasionally so the photos may not reflect the current layout.