HorsesDaily's Real Estate Highlight - Liberty Hall
Sunday, June 18, 2017
Situated in the "Little Fork" of the Rappahannock and Hazel Rivers in St Marks' Parish, Liberty Hall is a beautiful Virginia Estate. First built circa 1712, Liberty Hall was destroyed by fire in 1850 and rebuilt on the same spot in 1871. Today, the house can be found at the end of a long tree-lined driveway on 223 acres of rolling land. It is a large and gracious home nestled among huge shade trees. A large center hall divides the living room and dining room, each with beveled wood paneled walls and fireplaces.
The 223 acres are fenced and cross fenced. There are one and one half miles of water frontage. The convergence of the Hazel River and the Muddy Ru serves as a lovely picnic site. As the residence is almost center of the acreage, one owns almost everything one see in every direction. Property is in the VOF Conservation Easement program.
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