Historic South Central Virginia Horse Farm

Cumberland, Cumberland County , Virginia

hay barn • fenced • 1 barn with 6 stalls

Property description

The Langhorne House is a brick, Federal Style colonial home built in 1757 by Colonel Maurice Langhorne and is believed to be the oldest brick house in Cumberland County. With it's 10 ft ceilings on the first floor, it's large rooms with cherry-colored heart pine floors and English basement, one truly feels like they are experiencing a part of history as soon as they enter this home. Later frame additions and updates have made this a more comfortable home for today's family. Set on 15+ acres, this property also features a 51 x 36, 6 stall barn. The barn is concrete construction with hot and cold water in the tack room and wash stall. It has six 12x12 stalls and an over aisle hayloft, 12'x51'. There is a round pen for lunging, and Bear Creek state park is just a few miles away with horse trails. When you're done riding and pampering your horses, pamper yourself in the 2 person jetted Jacuzzi tub with his and her shower. Conveniently located to Farmville, Cumberland and Dillwyn and just a short commute to Richmond, Charlottesville and beyond.


Home Features

  • 10 ft. ceilings on the main floor
  • large rooms with cherry colored heart pine floors
  • English basement
  • addition added off the rear of the house to modernize the kitchen.

Lot Features

  • 15+ acres nearly level land with fenced and open hay land

Horse Facility Features

  • 51' x 36' barn with 6 stalls, tack room, wash stall and loft hay storage


  • 4 miles to schools
  • 63 miles to airports
  • 13 miles to hospitals
  • 12 miles to shopping
  • 10 miles to trails

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3499 Cumberland Rd, Cumberland, Cumberland County, Virginia


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