Ash Tree Farm
103 Ash Tree Lane, Washington, Virginia
Ancient stone walls guide visitors down a scenic lane to Ash Tree Farm, a quintessential horse farm in Washington, Virginia. Towering oak trees provide a lovely canopy over the drive, leading past horses peacefully grazing in their pastures and on up to an intriguing old stone house. Believed to have been built around the time of the Civil War, local lore suggests the original house burned down leaving only the end walls and chimneys; eventually being rebuilt by local artisans using the original stones. Substantial yet modest, the farmhouse is a proud symbol of a sturdy and simple country lifestyle, which has been passed down through generations.
The current owner has given her heart to the stewardship of her family’s farm, and has operated a cattle farm, as well as a popular riding school & boarding barn in the area for decades. While preserving the historic nature of the property, the farm has been well-maintained, and many improvements have been completed over the years: including construction of the barns, the riding arenas, and recently updating the main house and tenant house. It has been a labor of great love, and Ash Tree Farm is now ready for its next chapter!
With an historic farm house, two tenant houses, stables, arenas, lovely mountain views, a spring fed pond, old stone walls, a variety of terrain, expansive meadows, as well as forest, it is a picture-perfect Virginia farm.
About an hour from Washington DC, just outside of the world-famous town of Little Washington, the location is easy to get to, and within a short drive of world class restaurants, shopping, theatre, festivals, vineyards, local farm markets, and the most spectacular countryside in Virginia.
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o Robin Garbe, “Your Realtor in Horse Country”, Long & Foster Realtors
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