Rare Western Loudoun gem on Yellow Schoolhouse Rd (yes, the school is still there). Two acres but feels like much more. Live in the country, but close to everything you'll need.
Civil War soldier John Santmyer of the 7th VA Infantry built this house next to his brother's. His gravestone is in Ebenezer Baptist Cemetery - 3 miles down the gravel road, and his hand carved logs are still visible in the basement. It's been well maintained and renovated.
Things to love about living here:
Close to commuting routes.
Among the best and most innovative schools in the DMV region. The school-bus stops right in front of the house.
A few minutes to Great Country Farms & multiple vineyards.
Horses and riders walking by on the dirt road.
A fenced in backyard for animals.
Walking or running amid scenic vistas, creeks, and beautiful Virginia horse farms.
Ample wildlife experiences: snapping turtles, foxes, deer, owls, cardinals, and more.
Firefly concerts in the back forest each summer.
Voting at the fun Philomont fire station.
New Mitsubishi split unit installed upstairs.
Virginia bluebells come in each spring around the mature northern catalpa tree in the driveway.
A beautiful garden, with hydrangeas, irises, peonies, sweet woodruff, clematis, a weeping cherry tree, and much more.
If you're looking for something different than the cookie cutter development, this is it. Sold as-is.
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