Within an hour's drive of the White House, in our nation's capital, yet deep in Virginia horse country, lies this impressive equestrian estate on 9.49 acres.
Designed and constructed by renowned John Neufeld Architects of Fairfax, Virginia, the main house is of the French provincial style in stone and stucco, and features five bedrooms, including an expansive master suite with private sitting room on the second level, four full bathrooms, one half bathroom on the main level, a formal dining room with a custom commissioned mural depicting the property in its full glory, a formal drawing room, an oak paneled study, a large gourmet kitchen with keeping room plus family room and built ins.
The large fully finished lower level is absolutely ideal for entertaining, or as a place in which to play family games such as pool and cards, with its Butler's Pantry and bar, fireplace and television area. The lower level gives out to a delightful sunken patio which accesses the backyard.
The barn is a stunning eight stall building comprising a hay loft with twin cupolas, which house ventilation fans to complement the natural airflow from the open windows at either end, a heated tack room and a laundry room.
From the barn, riders emerge to either a choice of five large, white painted fence paddocks or directly to the olympic size dressage arena with full with arena mirror.