Ideally sited on more than 20 verdant acres, this grand Colonial estate includes a spacious main residence that has been beautifully renovated, a one-bedroom guest house, and a detached three car garage with upstairs apartment. Minutes away yet miles apart, Stonegate View offers a serene, pastoral atmosphere without sacrificing modern conveniences. All the features that make historic homes a prized commodity are found here, such as original hardwood floors, high ceilings, custom wood moldings and millwork. Built in the 1930s by the Rust family, the original main home was constructed entirely from stone found on the property. The covered front porch is a relaxing venue for greeting friends or taking in the peaceful area views. Formal gatherings are enhanced by a living room with a fireplace, a separate dining room, and a renovated kitchen that is a chef’s delight. Custom cherry cabinets and Silestone counters make the kitchen a showpiece of quality and style; high-end stainless appliances from Dacor and Bosch facilitate effortless food preparation. The wood paneled library office provides a tranquil setting for working from home or relaxing with a favorite book. Features include built-in shelving, a wet bar, exposed beam ceilings and a built-in desk. The large family room boasts skylights and numerous large windows that bring the sunshine indoors, while slate floors echo the beautiful stone patios, walls and pathways found outside. The spa-like master bath is sure to impress with a large freestanding tub, a separate glass-enclosed shower, marble floors, and granite counters. Skylights and numerous large windows make it a wonderful place to start the day. The master bedroom with sitting area, generously-sized secondary bedrooms, two laundry rooms, morning room with fireplace, unfinished basement, playhouse, professional landscaping and a large barn complete this classic estate. With ample room for horses, mature trees, a large pool and a tennis court, the outdoor living areas are certain to be a favorite. Stonegate View is the ultimate legacy property.
Steeped in rich history, the heart of Virginia’s Hunt and Wine Country can be found in Loudoun County, just fifteen minutes from Dulles airport and a short drive to our Nation’s capital. Situated along the base of Catoctin Mountain and adjacent to the Potomac River, Leesburg is a quaint historic town and the county seat for Loudoun County. Exceptional schools, historic sites, destination restaurants, steeplechase racing, twilight polo, wine festivals, and country fairs, are just a few of the reasons Loudoun County is ranked the number one place to live in America. One you experience the celebrated Virginia Horse and Wine County and you’ll want to call it home.