$11,700,000 | Built 2000 | 16,400 Sq. Ft. | 7 Beds | 7.5 Baths | 140 Acres
In the heart of Virginia about a 2 hour drive from Washington, D.C., Eaglecrest, a magnificent 140 acre estate has hit the market for $11.7 million. The sprawling property has been on and off the market since 2008 for as much as $17 million. Impeccably outfitted and maintained, the compound is a private and secure escape surrounded by lush green fields and woodlands. Built in 2000 and inspired by Presidential mansions such as Mount Vernon and Monticello, the grand main house offers 7 bedrooms and 7.5 bathrooms with a stately column-framed brick portico, hardwood floors and a two-storey octagon-shaped living room. There are formal living and dining rooms, two offices, a gourmet kitchen with adjoining breakfast room, large screened porch and a lower level complete with billiards, games and media room.
The main level hosts the master suite with French doors opening to the manicured grounds and pond. The property also includes a 4 bedroom gate house, carriage house with space for 10 vehicles, a log cabin and flower house opening to vegetable gardens. Other amenities include a generator bunker, covered bridge, 4+ miles of roads and trails around the property, 2 barns/equipment sheds, a natural artesian water spring, several large ponds, Jumping Branch stream, a pavilion and reflecting pool with fountains, and diesel and gas tanks with pumps. It’s on the market for $11.7 million with Fouad Talout of