This absolutely charming four bedroom historic stone colonial, circa 1840’s, is ideally located on a beautiful 1.54 acre parcel in the heart of the Middleburg Hunt Territory. It was originally called “The Mount” as it served as both a “General Store” and a “Toll Booth” for travelers heading north from the John Mosby Highway. A welcoming front porch is adorned by a handsome white porch swing, creating a wonderful and picturesque entrance. Bright and sun filled rooms feature lovely random width wood floors, gleaming after being recently refinished. Freshly painted in warm neutral tones, the residence is in excellent condition with newer appliances, central air conditioning, and an inviting wood burning fireplace to enjoy on chilly evenings. The rear family room/sun room boasts beamed and vaulted ceilings, and serves nicely as an informal dining room, with double French doors opening to a spacious wood deck, ideal for entertaining. A powder room is nicely tucked under the staircase in the front entrance hall. Pastoral views off the rear deck are gorgeous and capture breathtaking sunsets across the lush meadows. The second level features two bedrooms and a full tiled bath, plus a laundry area and small balcony. The third level also includes two bedrooms, vaulted ceilings and another full tiled bath. A circular driveway marks the entrance, and allows for ample parking. The “Mount” is a historical treasure, beautifully updated with meticulous attention to preserving its historical integrity.