Okay, okay. Twist my arm. I’ll take it.
If you’re looking for an amazing Virginia estate in the heart of the Allegheny Mountains, Cloverdale Farm might just be for you. This 212 acre farm is in Bath County’s scenic Cloverdale Valley.
The farm is bordered to the west by the George Washington National Forest, which provides endless recreational opportunities and thousands of acres of protected lands. The east side of the valley is also part of the National Forest, so the farm feels secluded and protected. The farm is surrounded on three sides by properties in conservation easement, the net result being a very private landholding with fully protected views.
The 6,200 square foot house is at the base of Wallace Peak, and is backed up by a beautiful tree line. The four-bedroom home commands sweeping views of the valley. Thoughtfully designed, the home effortlessly adapts to any use, and is equally welcoming and comfortable whether entertaining large groups, hosting friends and family for the weekend, or having a casual fireside dinner in the kitchen.
Since this is what we’re really interested in, the northeastern portion of the property is dedicated to the stable, riding ring and paddocks.
And since you’ll need to feed the horses you intend to keep on your property, the southeastern portion of the property has ponds and hay fields — nearly 100 acres of hay fields, in fact.
What’s better than that? Both the fields and pastures have been closely managed, and nutrient levels are tested and amended regularly.
The final part of the farm is 90 acres that backs up to the National Forest, so you have unfettered access to as many riding trails as you could possibly want.
Interested in this property? You can get full details and contact the broker here.