Welcome to Fieldstone Farm (circa 1770), a beautifully restored country retreat located atop a towering stone wall along Charles Town Pike within the Hillsboro Historic District. Sited on 30 acres with commanding Blue Ridge mountains, the Quaker-built stone manor home has been well cared for by its 5 owners during its 251 years of life. Major renovations have included removal of the stucco from the exterior, restoration of the 18” plank heart pine flooring, and an addition of a large gourmet kitchen and great room.
The country retreat offers 6 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, and multiple living and entertaining areas on 5,600+ SF. The moment you step inside the main residence, it is evident you are in one of America’s most treasured historic homes. The timeworn beauty of the camelback railing on the front hall staircase, original crackling of the four roaring wood-burning fireplaces, 2’ deep walls and windowsills, wide plank hardwood flooring, large rustic stone walls and wooden beams, and plaster walls are rich with history.
Captivating views of the formal gardens, wildflower meadows, koi pond, and mountains are yours to be had from extensive outdoor terraces (seating up to 60 people), two welcoming porches, a heated mountaintop swimming pool with a peaceful waterfall, or various hiking paths.
Located in the heart of the Hillsboro Valley Wine Region, over 20 wineries are within five miles of the farm. Beyond wineries, the surrounding region offers easy access to numerous breweries and distilleries, fine country dining, antique shops, historic landmarks, and W&OD Trail access.
Contact the listing agent for extensive property history. The property is zoned mixed-use and can be used for commercial and residential purposes (documents available upon request).