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Location: Oak Grove, Virginia
Attention all historic home lovers: this fine specimen of Gothic Revival architecture in northern Virginia will see you now. Dating back to 1840 and protected by the National Register of Historic Places and the Virginia Landmarks Register, the stately 5,200-square-foot brick and stucco home looks impressively maintained. Some of the interior highlights to watch out for include 13-foot ceilings, Gothic arches, marble mantels, heart pine floors, and a walnut staircase—all in all, a house showing much more restraint with the frills than, say, this Gothic Revival abode in Indiana. Anyway, the four-bedroom home sits on a whopping 112 acres of land, currently predominantly occupied by nursery stock trees and shrubs.
∙ 6073 Leedstown Road [Sotheby's via Estately]
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