Offering 3 immaculately renovated homes for sale. 2 historical homes and one newly built. All sitting on well appointed 200 acres with breathtaking views. In the shadows of the Blue Ridge Mountains, a short stroll to the Shenandoah National Park lies Hidden Springs Farm in picturesque Madison County. The farm, named for the numerous natural springs on the vast 201-acre estate, offers the comfort of a modern craftsman-inspired farmhouse, a meticulously restored 1840 farmhouse, and a guest cottage modeled after the original summer kitchen. The property includes fenced paddocks as well as miles of riding and hiking trails. Multiple outbuildings allow for the utilization of the property as a country retreat or a working farm, or for the discerning owner, both. The farm is not in a conservation easement, allowing flexibility for the owner.
Selective clearing and fenced pastures allow for magnificent vistas in every direction. Each season brings forth an appealing and welcome change. The Spring dogwoods, redbuds, and azaleas, give way to Summers’s lush canopies, rainbows, and rushing brooks, to the Autumnal appeal of cascading colors, and Winter’s majestic snowscape is all part of the allure of Hidden Springs Farm.
The 5,600 square foot main house is a tasteful blend of comfort and charming functionality. The 10’ Ceiling height on the main level offers sweeping panoramic views from every room. The open floor plan includes a 32-foot great room with 42 inch stone fireplace, a wet bar with a separate ice maker, and a beverage refrigerator. The gourmet kitchen includes a gas oven, an electric oven, 2 dishwashers, 2 sinks, and the necessary 8-foot prep island. The spacious main house includes 3 bedrooms, 4 full and 1 half bathrooms. The one-level living includes a dining room, office, sunroom, and an expansive primary suite with a walk-in closet, travertine bath, and laundry room. Hand-scraped hardwood floors throughout provide the richness and durability required of a country property. Premium Andersen doors and windows offer the protection of impact-resistant glass. The Low E Windows, Reduce Energy Costs and help block Infrared and Destructive UV Rays. The outdoor hardscape includes the 20 by 40-foot heated pool, separate hot tub, changing room, and full bathroom.
The 1840 Isaac Newton Lindsay house has been restored and updated but key original elements remain. The 3,200 square foot house has 4 bedrooms with 3 full and 1 half bath, 6 stone fireplaces with a family gathering room on each of the 3 floors. Original 1840 heart pine flooring, wainscoting, wood trim, American chestnut fireplace mantels, interior doors, and exposed beam ceilings on every floor, are the major historic elements preserved. The exceptional Marvin doors and Windows, containing circa glass that mirrors the original hand-blown glass, reflect the painstaking historic detail throughout the home.
The original summer kitchen, adjacent to the Isaac Newton Lindsay house, has been rebuilt into a historically accurate 800 square foot guest cottage. The 1 bedroom, 1 bath cottage, contains a living room with a stone fireplace, and a kitchenette with a gourmet countertop oven, microwave, and refrigerator. Enjoy the afternoon on the elevated porch with the soothing sounds of falling water.
Further amenities include a five-stall barn, picnic pavilion, storage building, spring house, full basketball court, and stocked pond with a dock. Enjoy the quiet, peaceful country life in the Blue Ridge mountains.
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