Just 20 minutes from Charlottesville, this eclectic French country farmhouse in Keswick, Virginia, circa 1820's, is one of the few mansard-roof, mid-19th century farmhouses of its type known in the state. Its pine floors and brick fireplaces retain its vintage appeal, while the spacious rooms feel uniquely forward-thinking for a house of this era. The charming three bedroom home sits on an elevated site that allows for wonderful views of the Southwest Mountains. Multiple porches, bay windows, and glass French doors give you many viewpoints from which to admire your surroundings. An attached annex could serve as a private mother-in-law suite, and a nearby guest cottage (currently rented) provides additional space.
The farmhouse sits on 99+/- acres of meadows and forests and overlooks other farms under easement. Several division rights make this property, too, an ideal candidate for a conservation easement.