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Joe Samuels
Joe Samuels
Jos. T. Samuels, Inc.

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$2,950,000 422 acres 5 Beds | 3.5 Baths | 6624 sqft
17736 Auburn Road, Brandy Station, Virginia 22714 - Culpeper County

422 acres Brandy Station, VA

Rare it is to find a home and farm with the Civil War provenance of Auburn. Here was General J.E.B Stuarts Cavalrys Grand Review for the benefit of General R.E. Lee. Here, General U.S. Grant dined with 14 other Generals undoubtedly discussing his 1864 Overland Campaign to end the War. Against a backdrop of the Blue Ridge Mountains, here was fought several fierce cavalry battles and here the injured were treated and the dying protected. For these reasons and more, Auburn is on the National and Virginia Registers of Historic Places. The property that is Auburn was patented in 1736 and by 1799 had become part of the Winston Family holdings on which they built a large home. Mrs. Winston was Dolley Madisons Aunt and James and Dolley vis
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$1,950,000 404 acres 4 Beds | 3 Baths | 1840 sqft
30128 Windsor Road, Culpeper, Virginia 22701 - Orange County


Built along the Rapidan River on part of Alexander Spotswood's land grant, here is one of Orange Countys oldest homes dating in part to prior to 1735 and expanded in 1839. The residence is remarkably pure in finish and materials and enjoyed a complete renovation over the last 15 years. There is a guest cabin, kitchen garden with cabin, stable & barns. Exceptional privacy on 404 acres with fertile bottomland & mature forest. Six miles of ATV/horse trails and over 1 mile on the Rapidan River. 300 acres offered for $1,650,000 MLS#523245
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$1,950,000 255 acres 4 Beds | 2.5 Baths | 4392 sqft
139 Green springs Lane, Gordonsville, Virginia 22942 - Louisa County

Green Springs Plantation

Green Springs Plantation Ca. 1774 with 255+ Acres Flawlessly preserved to its 18th century design and character, here is one of the truly iconic homes in the Green Springs National Historic Landmark District. This lovely house is of frame construction built on a four room plan with four chimneys and capped with a standing seam roof. It was built by Richard Morris who served under George Washington in the French and Indian War and was called Colonel Morris thereafter. Morris was great friends with Patrick Henry and entertained him at his home on Green Springs Plantation. The twin entry doors are a unique feature entering into what is now the east parlor and the dining room, each with a fireplace. The staircase occupies the center
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