The historic Stone Eden Farm in Loudoun County has been owned by only three families since the original land grant was deeded from Lord Fairfax in 1765. Currently, Stone Eden’s pastural residents are the well-known sheep of the annual Loudoun County Sheep Drive and the farm is home to an active business specializing in historic preservation, restoration, and the creation of period -inspired new structures.
Opportunities are limitless as this pastoral, 8.99 acre farm welcomes you to leave your own mark in history. This magnificent property, full of opportunity, boasts of multiple buildings including a 3300+ square foot house, a bank barn with an attached shop, an agriculture-use barn with a birthing wing, livestock space and a horse stall, a “butcher” building, a covered pavilion, a chicken coop and several other agriculture use structures. A spring-fed creek running though the lot.
The home exhibits 3 periods of construction- c. 1765 (patent house), c.1817 (large stone portion), & in 2013 (an 1870s reconstructed log home addition) offering plenty of space to spread out or get cosy. Main level common areas include open concept kitchen, living, and dining spaces as well as a family room and two additional multipurpose rooms currently being used as a library and music room. The expansive primary suite, located on the upper level of the patent house and log home addition, offers a walk-in closet, attached dressing room or nursery and a large bathroom with a clawfoot tub, separate shower, dual vanities and a closet with a stackable washer/dryer hookup. On the second level of 1817 stone house a wide hallway leads to two bedrooms featuring built-in wardrobes, and spacious closets, as well as a full bathroom. The attic of the stone house offers great storage space or potential for an additional living area. Each room in the house, with exception of one of the secondary bedrooms, has a functional wood burning fireplace - boasting a total of SEVEN! A farmhouse wouldn't be complete without an mudroom and this one offers two! The home is constructed of hand hewn beams, logs, plaster and carefully pointed stone. If only the walls could tell their stories!
The heating system is hydronic - a combination of radiators and radiant floor heat fueled by propane with an alternative outdoor wood boiler. The cooling system is a combination of forced air and window units.
A wide center aisle welcomes you to the 1869 Reconstruction Period bank barn. On either side of the aisle are 4 large rooms currently set up as 2 offices and a storage room as well as a bedroom with a full bathroom - perfect for an AirBnb or farmhand living quarters. The lofts above these rooms are easily accessible for additional storage or workspace.
Stone Eden Farm is conveniently located close to the towns of Purcellville & Hamilton, as well as the village of Lincoln. Enjoy everything country living has to offer without sacrificing the convenience of paved roads, neighbors, high speed WIFI and close proximity to in-town necessities.
A new well was dug in 2007. It is 140 feet deep and produces at 30 GPM.
The water filtration system was installed in 2018
A new, conventional septic system was installed in 2000. The pumps were changed in 2018. Great Falls Septic pumped and serviced the septic on April 25th, 2022
A new 50 gallon water heater was installed in July of 2016
Courtesy of: Pearson Smith Realty, LLC Listing information provided courtesy of the Bright MLS. IDX information is provided exclusively for consumers' personal, non-commercial use, and it may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties consumers may be interested in purchasing. The data is deemed reliable, but is not guaranteed accurate by the MLS. Updated: 2nd July, 2022 8:15 PM (UTC)
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