Assisting my broker, Janeen Marconi, in creating an alluring video presentation of her latest listing was more than a delight. It allowed me up close insight into a pre-American Civil War property which has undergone a wonderful and sympathetic restoration by its current owner. It really is inspirational.
We are thrilled for our seller clients, and the new owners of Stonyhurst, the magnificent 1890 manor house centered on 95 rolling acres, just one mile outside of the Town of Middleburg, on meandering Foxcroft Road, which closed today at $4,300,000
The property was painstakingly restored between 2000 and 2003 through the engagement of Donald Lococo, Architect (Washington D.C.) and Rosemary Howe Interiors. Placing it into conservation easement at that time has ensured that Stonyhurst will forever be protected from the ravages of over development. Wishing the incoming stewards a wonderful life in this place of peace and tranquility.
Peter writes for his local magazine, Country Zest & Style, as its Wine Editor. He also enjoys writing blogs on interesting and pertinent real estate matters, so please follow!