Llangollen is not just a home, but rather a place in the broadest sense of the term. Steeped in historical significance, it is one of the largest privately owned places on the Department of the Interior’s National Historical Registry. Much more than a place to live, it is a truly wonderful and magical place in time. Llangollen is a property without peer and offers a lifestyle like no other. Llangollen’s establishment dates to 1795 standing witness to many great historical events, including being the site of the prelude to the 1863 Battle of Gettysburg. Pristine yet functional, inviting yet cloistered, this astounding estate offers a serene setting of gently rolling terrain. The Manor House is sited proudly in the center of over 1,100 acres of pastures, ponds, forest lands and attended to by all of the necessary structures and features of the grand estate it is today. While bearing the distinctive architectural features of its c.1800 era, it has been updated with modern day enhancements. Enjoy the property as a delightful family retreat, filled with outdoor activities and connections with nature. Llangollen offers plenty of opportunities for equestrian pursuits including polo, thoroughbred-breeding and fox hunting as well as dairy farming or a vineyard. Llangollen is on the market for $34 million with Engel & Völkers Tysons.