Dunnottar Farm, named after a castle in Scotland, was part of a land grant dating to 1739. The original house was built C. 1799 and they could not have chosen a better site. Situated in the middle of 400 acres with absolutely stunning, distant pastoral views of your own land and on to the purple mountain majesty of the Blue Ridge range. Parts of the original stone house, not destroyed by a fire, are incorporated in the present day 1904 Tudor-style house. The strong, historic Great Run flows the entire length of the farm. Approx. 300 acres in pasture and there are about 2 miles of state road frontage. Stone pillars, capped by what used to be cannon balls found on the property, greet you as you enter the long farm lane to the main house. There are three cottages, barns, and a stable, a pond and approx. 100 acres of woodland. Verify dimensions. Some rooms are virtually furnished.
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