The Dunlora estate property is the remaining land from a 5,000 acre tract patented by Sir Thomas Carr of King William County in 1730. Two structures remain: Cottage (1735) and the Main House (1828), both require extensive updating. A horse barn is located just downhill from the houses. This English themed assemblage boasts remains of old style grass tennis courts, tall boxwoods and centuries old deciduous & conifer trees. With views of Brown's and Carter Mnts to the southeast and confluence of the North & South Fork Rivanna Rivers, this amazing offering can be restored to its original glory, or developed by-right to a modern subdivision of residential homes, walking paths and community gathering areas. Listing Agent must arrange showings.
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