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Fully Restored 1900’s Equestrian Farmhouse on 25 Acres Hits the Market at $1.150m

Published 09/27/2023, 8:32 AM EDT

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If you’ve ever dreamed of owning an equestrian property that effortlessly combines the charm of yesteryears with the conveniences of today, your search ends here. Welcome to a place where the art of equestrian farm buying meets the magic of history and modernity blending seamlessly.

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When it comes to finding the perfect equestrian property, the heart of Clarke County, Virginia, holds a hidden gem waiting to be discovered. This meticulously renovated 1900’s farmhouse, set upon 25 acres of stunning countryside, isn’t just a home—it’s a gateway to the world of equestrian living.

Historic farmhouse estate on 25 acres: Perfect for equestrian enthusiasts


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This picturesque estate in Clarke County features a historic 1900’s renovated farmhouse on 25 acres, perfect for horse lovers. The property includes a large historic bank barn with seven matted horse stalls, an 80′ x 150′ riding arena, fenced paddocks, and scenic riding trails. The barn’s rich history, with hand-hewn beams and wooden pegs, makes it an ideal setting for hosting events.

This farmhouse has been thoughtfully restored, blending historic charm with modern comforts. A stunning stone addition in 2010 added a beautiful great room with vaulted ceilings and access to a Pennsylvania stone and tile patio. The farmhouse features three bedrooms, including a convenient first-floor bedroom, a well-appointed kitchen with Hickory cabinets and tin ceilings, and solid wood doors throughout. With two new heat pumps and excellent internet connectivity via Starlink, this farmhouse is both comfortable and convenient. Priced at $1.150 million, it’s an ideal residence or weekend getaway with character and modern amenities. One more Equestrian property was sold after 39 years because of its fusion of historic heritage and modern blend


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Equestrian-inspired property: San Jose’s farm sells for $2.3 Million


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A historical multi-unit property in San Jose, evoking the city’s farming heritage, recently changed hands for $2.305 million, marking its first listing in nearly four decades. The property, dating back to 1900, is nestled on 1.7 acres behind an electric gate and includes a 1,660-square-foot main house with two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a recently renovated kitchen. Notably, this sale also comprised two one-bedroom units and a barn converted into an artist’s studio, showcasing its unique character.

The remarkable price surge from its last sale in 1985, when it went for $191,000, underscores the vigorous real estate market in San Jose, where the median home sale price has reached $1.7 million, reflecting a 6.4 per cent year-over-year increase. This sale highlights the enduring allure of historical properties in San Jose and the city’s robust real estate market.


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In the heart of Clarke County, Virginia, there’s a charming farmhouse on 25 acres, tailor-made for equestrian lovers. Dating back to 1900 and thoughtfully renovated, it seamlessly blends history with modern comfort. With a spacious barn, riding arena, and scenic trails, it’s a dream for equestrians. Priced at $1.15 million, this property offers the perfect mix of history and convenience, making it an ideal equestrian retreat.

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Written by:

Maleehah Shakeel


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Maleehah Shakeel is a US Sports writer at EssentiallySports.She is an avid sports enthusiast and comes with a staunch background in content writing. A holder of a master’s degree, Maleehah has created a penchant for all things and delved into the world of sports.
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