Featuring 303 pristine rolling acres of Virginia countryside, Tuliptree Farm traces its history back to the Revolutionary War period when a blacksmith was located on the property. That business serves as an important stop on the original...
Featuring 303 pristine rolling acres of Virginia countryside, Tuliptree Farm traces its history back to the Revolutionary War period when a blacksmith was located on the property. That business serves as an important stop on the original "Braddock Road" built to cross the Appalachian ridgeline and take the Ohio territory from the French.
Taking its name from the enormous Tulip Tree located on the property (one of the largest in the State), the farm is comprised of several parcels placed in conservation easement. Two primary residences are permitted on the property with subdivisions of no less than 100 acres.
The current residence was originally designed and built as stables for a main residence but has been transformed into a wonderful weekend home that can continue to serve as a residence or be converted back to equestrian/farm uses should the new owners desire to construct a larger home.
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