Latest Warrenton Listings with Acreage

$799,500
2 Beds 2 Baths VAFQ2006052 MLS
This 2.0385 acre lot has two residential units built upon it. One was built about 1932 and the second unit was built about 2003. Both residences are each equipped with two bedrooms, two baths, a kitchen, dining area and living room. The original residence has a kitchen with a gas range, refrigerator and counter top microwave. There is a bath on the first floor and a washer-dryer hook-up in the first floor laundry room. A separate dining room, and living room are also located on the first floor. The living room has a front porch entrance from the outside and is accessed from the kitchen and the dining room. The second floor has two bedrooms and one full bath. Heat is provided by a propane gas forced air furnace and the house is cooled by electric air-conditioning. A basement/cellar and crawl space area is accessed from the kitchen only, there is no outside entrance. Located here is a propane gas hot water heater and a propane gas forced air furnace along with the well water pressure tank and the electric breaker box. The newer structure (cottage) is a one story structure with two bedrooms, two full baths, a living room-dining room combo and a kitchen area with an island supporting the propane gas cook-top and electric oven. There is a refrigerator, dishwasher, and a built-in microwave oven. The cottage is equipped with a propane gas forced air furnace, a propane gas hot water heater and forced air electric air-conditioning. An attached three car garage with an additional bath complements the property. There is also a building adjacent to the cottage which could serve as another detached garage or equipment storage. A new drainfield was constructed in 2003 to serve both the old and new two bedroom residences. The drainfield has two septic tanks, one for each residence, and one distribution box to feed into the single drainfield. A well was drilled for the original residence about 1978. The well serves both residences and the single water pressure tank is located in the original residence. The property has been assigned two Tax ID numbers by the Fauquier County, Virginia, Commissioner of Revenue's office. The second Tax ID number is 7906-62-1438-000. The property is being sold "As Is" by the Trustees of Broad Run Baptist Church.

5129 Broad Run Church Road, Warrenton

$5,700,000
7 Beds 7 Baths VAFQ2005244 MLS
The Oaks, Circa 1931 is a stunning example of a Neoclassical style mansion. The home is built of rubbed and glazed brick in an unusual English cross-band pattern on a stone foundation and has seven corbeled, double-end parapet brick chimneys and a slate gable roof. The front porch is a classic Revival-style portico with a herringbone brick floor and four extraordinary fluted Tower of Winds columns on limestone bases. The Federal-style front entrance is embellished with fluted pilasters, leaded glass sidelights and a leaded fan light. Most windows and doors have limestone sills and keystones. A four-bay arcade connects the three car garage which has a 2-br apartment above and a large English-style greenhouse. The rear elevation features a 60', two story, Greek Revival-style porch with a purple and green slate flagstone floor. French doors open on to the porch from the east Dining room and west Library wings. Cool summer evenings on the porch provide beautiful views out over the grounds and 150-acres of rolling Virginia Hunt Country. One enters the front into a 16x28 Grand Hall with a palatial stairway with mahogony bannisters that leads to a landing with an exceptional Palladian Window and then up to the second floor. There is a powder room and a concealed elegant back staircase that leads to all four floors. From the Grand Hall, one turns left into the 20x32 library with rare red gum paneling, bookcases, and doors and a fireplace. From the Grand Hall to the right is the 19x20 drawing room with fireplace, then a cozy pine paneled den with fireplace before entering the 30x20 dining room with fireplace and coveted Zuber wallpaper. The kitchen complex is next with a 16x9 butler's pantry, 20x10 cooking area and 12x12 farm office. All with beautiful glass-front cabinetry and undercounter cabinets. The first floor fetures random width, wide plank oak floors, second floor has white oak floors, and the third has Alabama pine floors. On the second floor one finds four spacious bedrooms each with fireplace and private bath. On the third level there are three charming bedrooms and one hall bath. All together there are twenty two rooms, six bathrooms, twenty four closets and ten fireplaces. The wonderful grounds offer an 18th century feel with vast green lawns, a lily pond with cast stone fountain, a log cabin purportedly salvaged from the big house that was burned by the Yankees from 1929-1934 , meat house, pool with bath house with full kitchen, bath and changing room, many flowering shrubs, hollies, magnolia, dogwood and oaks and cedar trees. There are two cottages, each with two bedrooms, a barn and high on a hill - a covered, open stone summer house for watching the Virginia Gold Cup races. This historic property is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and the Va Landmarks Commission and is protected by a Va Outdoor Foundation easement allowing only two divisions. In the wooded section is the site of the last dual fought in Northern Virginia in 1881. The Oaks is located on Springs Road in an area widely protected by conservation easement, one mile from the historic Fauquier Springs Country Club and the Scenic Rappahannock River.

8457 Oaks Rd, Warrenton