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503 Faulconer Drive Charlottesville · VA · 22903 office: 434.295.1131 email: homes@mcleanfaulconer.com


Historic, 850 +/- acre estate that overlooks the Green Springs Valley within 20 minutes of Charlottesville and UVA. Te circa 1860, Italianate-style residence is distinguished by a bracketed veranda, rare and delicate sawn work, 12’ ceilings, and exceptional scale. Comprised of a wonderful mix of mature hardwoods and lush pastures, the land is fenced and crossed-fenced, exceptionally fertile, and dotted with ponds and outbuildings. Com- pletely private, tranquil setting with amazing views of the beautiful farmland and beyond. Under easement with Virginia Outdoors Foundation and on the National and Virgin- ia Historic Registers. Great location with easy access to I64. MLS#543076 $5,950,000


GRASSDALE


HIGH HOPES


Quiet country feeling with city-like convenience! Located with- in minutes of Charlottesville and the University of Virginia is this exceptional property comprised of four, gently rolling land parcels totaling over 83 acres with streams, creeks, and beauti- ful mountain views. Te property includes a classic, well-built Colonial with slate roof and a traditional floor plan with an ex- cellent blend of formal and relaxed spaces. Numerous pos- sibilities with this superb offering! $1,895,000 MLS#546641


GREEN PLAINS


Historic waterfront estate dating to circa 1798 located in Mathews County, Virginia. Set on over 617 acres the property offers exten- sive frontage on the North River and showcases a classic, 3-story, brick Georgian main residence with full basement, great central hall with magnificent staircase, and one of the “100 most beautiful rooms in America.” Additional improvements include: 5 cottages, equestrian facilities, and other outbuildings. Spectacular waterfront, wonderful privacy and delightful views. MLS#549288 $5,900,000


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