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Historic c.1931 Colonial Revival Mansion on 43 Acres in Charlottesville, VA Lists for $19M (PHOTOS)

Historic c.1931 Colonial Revival Mansion on 43 Acres in Charlottesville, VA Lists for $19M (PHOTOS)

Historic c.1931 Colonial Revival Mansion on 43 Acres in Charlottesville, VA Lists for $19M (PHOTOS)
March 07
14:24 2018

Historic c.1931 Colonial Revival Mansion on 43 Acres in Charlottesville, VA Lists for $19M

375 Farmington Drive, Charlottesville, Virginia, United States, 22901

A lovely 12,700 square foot Colonial Revival on 43 acres of expansive lawns and gardens has hit the market in Charlottesville, Virginia for $19,780,000. It’s known as Gallison Hall and was designed by architect Stanhope Johnson. Built c.1931 – 1933, the home is on the Virginia and National Historic Registers and is noted for its quality workmanship, elaborate woodwork and exquisite architectural details inspired by some of Virginia’s finest estates. The 12,700 square foot floor plan includes a grand formal entrance, large panelled library, a formal living room with intricate mouldings and banquet-sized formal dining hall. There are 6 bedrooms, 7 full and 3 partial bathrooms throughout. The property includes a lovely indoor pool pavilion, tennis pavilion with gallery, squash court, a one bedroom/one bathroom apartment, a log cabin and enjoys dramatic views of the Blue Ridge Mountains. It is on the market for $19,780,000 with McLean Faulconer Inc.

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