Private country living w/ distant Blue Ridge views, with French country home completed in 2000. In impeccable condition and well thought out floorplan, numerous terraces, gorgeous master suite, conservatory, library and formal and informal living spaces - exceptional materials are found throughout. There is also a 3 bay utility building with arbored stone walkway.
Here is a wonderful farmhouse of spirited character on 96 acres in Free Union. Dating in part to 1907, this wonderful home was renovated and expanded in 1970 by Frank Folsom Smith, FAIA, and again in 1997 with the assistance of JRH Architects and Upstream Construction. Eastern White Cedar exterior is capped with a copper roof and copper gutters/downspouts. The whimsical tower is Hardi-Shingles.
On a shoulder of Fox Mountain just outside Free Union lies "Turkey Cove". On the site of an abandoned cabin was reconstructed a similar cabin using logs & boards from an 1844 Appalachian Overhang Loft Barn found in West Virginia. Hand-hewn logs were reassembled with stone foundation, walls and fireplace to which was added a post-and-beam kitchen with vaulted ceiling and copper roof.
Fox Hollow combines historic charm with the attention to detail of a meticulous modern addition and renovation. Private country home and hunt box convenient to the Farmington Hunt situated in the Western Albemarle school district. Spacious and modern while keeping the country feel. Room for a couple of horses with fenced pasture, stone dust ring and access to trails. Community pond.