Breathtaking with superb colonial architecture on twenty-five sweeping Blue Ridge acres, “Hearthstone” is a home of history, telling stories connecting a King, a President, plantation life, and war-time cautionary tales. Exquisitely renewed and reimagined, architects and craftsmen alike have each ensured preservation of the property’s long memories, while creating access and modern amenity for memories yet to come. Today, the main house is an elegant masterpiece of award-winning design lined by original hardwoods, exposed hand-hewn wood beams, graceful trimmings, recessed Shaker cabinetry, standing-seam metal roof, and charming walls of stone. Caring for modern life, you’ll appreciate new utilities, serene bathrooms, open rafters, and replaced windows of Appalachian views. Warm holiday traditions near fireplaces featuring distinguished mantles, revisit best loved reads in the sunroom overlooking beautifully laid botanicals, host dining room meals near the original kitchen hearth, and let guests gather for conversation in the cheerful pomegranate-hued kitchen where professional-grade appliances, endless cabinetry, and luxurious finishings inspire. While the lower level’s radiant heat floors create a cozy space for casual evenings in, guest stays, and wine room tastings, outside, stone paths and patios welcome party guests where the fountain, manicured gardens, and wildlife on the pond add atmosphere. While touring, visit the sunny fully independent two-bedroom guest house, detached garage with loft storage, leasable three-acre tenant house property, and don’t miss hearing of the property’s captivating past.
“Hearthstone” enjoys exceptional pastoral privacy, with proximity to the hunt life, wineries, wildlife sanctuaries, historic townships, and country clubs which shape the region. While Hillsborough is just ten minutes Northeast, downtown Round Hill is the same distance to the South. Here, discover quaint tree-lined streets where former lodges and boarding houses have given way to residences and shops. Once a summer destination on the W&OD line, today Round Hill visitors enjoy local festivals and a thriving outdoor culture where hikers flock from around the country to experience the natural beauty of scenic Appalachian Trail.
Updated on December 13, 2022 at 9:41 pm