24 Mar Score Virginia’s Most Expensive Piece Of Real Estate For A Discount
This Warrenton, Virginia property has everything and then some. The circa-1776 stone manor home sits on a small fraction of the estate’s 1,471-acre entirety. Within the whopping 38,500-square-foot mansion are 22 bedrooms and 16 bathrooms. (Should be a sufficient amount of space for one wealthy family, right?)
In 2014, financier David B. Ford of Connecticut purchased North Wales Farm for $21 million. Four years later, the residence is back on the market and recently received a $3.05 million price cut, bringing its original $33 million asking price down to $29.95 million.
Also included in the multi-million dollar price tag is a two-story Georgian Revival-style stone carriage house, extensive farm and equestrian improvements, a guesthouse, additional residences, and a shooting preserve.
And, fun fact: North Wales was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1999.
Before you cough up $29.95 million, feast your eyes on the lush estate: