‘North Wales’ – A Historic c.1776 Virginia Manor on 1,471 Acres Reduced to $29.9M, Prev. $33M
7500 Ironwood Lane, Warrenton, Virginia, United States, 20186
A historic property in Warrenton, Virginia with a history dating back to c.1776 has been reduced to $29,950,000. It was previously on the market for $33,000,000. Known as North Wales, the 1,471 acre estate includes a beautifully restored 38,500 square foot plantation home with 22 bedrooms and 13 full & 3 half bathrooms. Other amenities on the property include a two story stone carriage house, a guest house, equestrian and farm facilities, swimming pool and a shooting preserve. Property records show it last selling in 2015 for $21,000,000 to David B. Ford, a former Goldman Sacks partner. According Fauquier Now, the property was previously purchased by real estate tycoon Michael V. Prentiss in 1997 who took exceptional care of the property. During his ownership the estate was placed under a very restrictive conservation easement with the Virginia Outdoors Foundation preventing future development. Other previous owners include Walter P. Chrysler who purchased the property in 1941 for $175,000 and invested over $7,500,000 in improvements, it then changed hands when it sold to Arkansas investor John A. Cooper at a bankruptcy auction in October 1967. North Wales is on the market for $29,950,000
$33,000,000 with McLean Faulconer Inc.