Originally built as a thoroughbred breeding farm, Kentwood stands today as a purebred Angus cattle operation nestled down a private gravel road in an area of verdant farms in Western Loudoun County. The 189-acre property is anchored by a 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath stone main house that enjoys stunning views of the Blue Ridge Mountains. The home offers a main level primary bedroom suite, a lower level which was renovated into a beautiful, walk out apartment and an upper level designed to add more rooms if needed. Three original dwellings that predate the main house include the stone 2-BR/1.5 BA Farm Manager’s House, the 1 BR/1 BA Creek House and the 1 BR/1 BA Cabin, all ideal for housing farm employees. The equestrian buildings include over 40 stalls in 5 separate barns to include two older shed-row barns (10 stalls) and an original center aisle barn (9 stalls). More contemporary are the yearling barn (12 stalls) and the large Broodmare Barn (13 stalls) with larger stalls used for foaling. The cattle operation includes many equipment sheds and a large, detached workshop with a lift. The farm is fully fenced with 8 pastures with waterers suitable for both horses and cattle. The property offers a nice mix of open fields, mature woods, a large pond, and the Beaver Dam Creek runs through the northern edge of the property. This property would make an ideal horse and/or cattle farm with plenty of stalls, ample paddocks, tenant houses and incredible ride out. Located in the heart of the Piedmont Fox Hounds northern territory, there are miles of both gravel roads and trails to walk and ride on. (Farm is in 3 parcels and not in a conservation easement). Own a piece of this area’s rich history in a private, untouched area in Middleburg’s prime horse country. Be sure to watch the video!
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