Historic Rock Hill farm is a 68 acre charming horse farm near Upperville, Middleburg, and Bluemont Virginia. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places and Virginia Landmarks Register, Rock Hill is located in the Piedmont Fox Hounds Hunt territory, and it is conveniently located near top hunter, jumper and event horse venues . The main house was renovated in 2009-2010 and has seen several additions and renovations over the years. The master suite has 12' ceilings, radiant heated floors and access to the pool. The kitchen is charming with exposed wood beams, stainless steel appliances, granite and cherry wood counter tops, heated tile flooring, walk-in pantry and connecting breakfast room/sun room. The formal dining room has a fireplace, hand painted mural and built-in china cabinets. The formal living room has a fireplace, heart pine floors, and adjoins the family room with two fireplaces. There are a total of five wood burning fireplaces. The home has five bedrooms and four baths. There is an additional bedroom over the detached barn/garage. There are front and back staircases to the second floor with a stair case to the unfinished attic. The heating and air conditioning is custom designed and cost-efficient and has seven zones for custom control. There are lovely cottage gardens surrounding the house, and a pool with a gazebo and beautiful views to the Blue Ridge mountains. The main barn has 8 stalls, a wash stall, heated tack room and small bathroom. The traditional hedge row barn has an additional 4 stalls. The party barn is a bank barn with 4 stalls. There are 8 paddocks. There are 2 large run-in sheds, one in the front paddock and one in the rear lower paddock. Other charmingly rustic structures include a large machine shed for hay and storage, an old corn crib, fieldstone run-in shed, smoke house, spring house, and garden shed. The taxes and assessed value is low due to the advantage of both the historic and conservation easements on the property.