9534 Spring Hill, Rixeyville, Virginia, 22737
Beef Cattle Farm and Recreational Property for sale in Rixeyville, Culpeper County, VA
Spring Hill Farm is ideally located in Northern Culpeper County, near Rixeyville VA, midway between Warrenton VA and Culpeper, VA. Spring Hill is about 2.5 miles from Rt 229, a major connector to Rt 211 to the north and 29 to the south, providing easy accessibility to town and major commuting routes for Northern VA or Charlottesville, VA. This rural farm property is 1 ½ hours from Washington DC or Charlottesville, VA; 1 hour from Fredericksburg, VA. For air travel, locally you have Culpeper Regional Airport which is 15 min from the farm. Dulles International is 1 hour away.
A short 15 min drive into the Town of Culpeper and you will find a variety of charming restaurants, shops and local breweries along with major box stores. Culpeper is one of Virginia’s Foodie destinations and has been designated as a Great American Main Street.
Farm for Sale in Culpeper Virginia Overview
Spring Hill Farm consists of 298 acres of rolling pasture and farmland with Blue Ridge Mountain views. The driveway winds through the front fields to knoll where the historic farmhouse is located. Fenced and cross fenced, this farm has been home to cattle and horses for many years. Several streams flow through the farm to Muddy Run, a strong stream that flows through the southern portion of the farm.
Spring Hill Farm in Culpeper County Virginia Improvements
The distinctive white farmhouse with its red roof dates to 1837 and sits on a knoll with Blue Ridge Mountain views. Two additions have been made to the original home, one in 1940 to accommodate a growing farm family and then again in the 1994 updating systems and adding a 3-car garage. Traditional floor plan with living room, dining room, den, kitchen, breakfast room, and full bath on the main level and 3 bedrooms, study, and full bath on the second floor. Enjoy historic farmhouse charm, with advantage of modern infrastructure.
The dependencies reflect a bygone farming era. The old barn that the work horses were kept in, corn crib and a log structure that is thought to be the original homestead, dating to the late 1700’s. Equipment shed, 5 stall horse barn, shop and large storage barn round out the improvements.
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