A break from the hustle and bustle of Northern Virginia is just what this Upperville home offers. Located on over 18 acres, the main home at 20532 Trappe Rd. provides a charming and serene escape out in Fauquier County.
Built in 1740, this dwelling has been added on to and renovated multiple times during its 283 years of existence. A 2022 renovation added a new septic tank, HVAC, and metal roofing, and upgraded the plumbing and electric.
The stone and frame main house includes three bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms, a total of 4,214 square feet. The property was listed for $2,695,000 and is currently under contract.
Touches of the farmhouse motif combine with bright, modern accents in the kitchen. The white and glass-fronted cabinets perfectly mix with the blue-colored island and high-end appliances from Viking, Bertazzoni, and Bosch.
A butler’s pantry showcases even more blue accents, connecting the kitchen to the dining room.
This living room provides just the right amount of rustic charm. Not only does it have restored original hardwood flooring, but the room also has a log accent wall and a stone fireplace on the opposite side of the room.
The primary bedroom is full of additional space. Whether more storage is needed for a wardrobe, a special vanity, or a sitting area, this room can accommodate it. Plus, there’s a fireplace for those chilly winter nights.
Step into the master bath to find a touch of modern design. The renovated room features new fixtures, shower, and tile work — as do all the other bathrooms in the home.
The best views can be found in the backyard. Sitting on over 18 acres of land, the back patio has a clear view of the rolling pasture and mature sycamore, oak, magnolia, pawpaw, and catalpa trees.
Right next door, there’s a three-bedroom guest house that dates back to the late 1800s. Guests will enjoy the privacy, afternoons sitting on the porch, and extra space.
The property also includes a former general store that is currently used as a garage with an upstairs office and a bank barn that used to serve as the local mill.
Feature image courtesy Cricket Bedford
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