Named for the seven towering pines at the property entrance, Seven Pines Farmhouse is located mid-way between the vibrant village of Sperryville and the quiet hamlet of Woodville. This comfy farmhouse has been transformed into a lovely family home with modern conveniences and technology while keeping its country charm. Surrounded by larger farms, this beautiful parcel has a wonderful setting of expansive lawns and mature trees and shrubs, and even boasts a 100+ year old Tulip Poplar. An ideal family home or weekend retreat for city dwellers, there is plenty of room for gardens and small livestock.
Seven Pines is a classic vernacular Virginia Farmhouse that has been modified over the years. Since its original build date in 1927, the house has been updated and expanded. The most recent renovation has been within the past few months and the house now boasts a completely new Timberline HD roof, new chimney and flue liner, new ceiling fans, new light fixtures, new pressure tank and well updates, and new whole house UV air purifier. Additionally there has been a complete kitchen renovation, all heart pine floors refinished, completely repainted interior and exterior, and a new front porch added.
The septic drainfield has also been cleaned and updated, the HVAC system serviced, and a new driveway laid out. In essence, you have the charm of the 1927 farmhouse with all the modern conveniences and features of 2020 new construction. Seven Pines cottage is ready for its next 100 years of life as a warm and inviting family home.
Seven Pines Farmhouse is squarely placed on a generous 2 acre lot. There are mature trees scattered about the property offering shade and interest and a wooded perimeter along a bold stream in the back of the property. An ancient Tulip Poplar adds interest to the back yard. Open fields surround the house on three sides and across the road the distant view encompasses more fields and forests and the mountains beyond. There is a small meadow on the northern edge of the property that could be cleared for a large sunny country garden, or left as a wildflower and butterfly meadow. There is plenty of space to site a garden, and/or a barn for small livestock. A circular driveway provides parking and access to a small garden shed.