Linden Farm encompasses 1,083 acres in the heart of the picturesque Virginia Piedmont. Wide vistas of the Blue Ridge Mountains fill the western viewshed, while the gently sloping land east of the farm marks the beginning of Virginias coastal plain. For three decades, the farm has harmonized agriculture, wildlife, and the homestead, creating a farm thats proven yet filled with potential for the next owner.
The primary land uses on the farm are agricultural and recreational, and the fertile Davidson soils on the western portion of the farm form the foundation of the productive pastures supporting the Angus and SimAngus herd. Wildlife and hunting on the farm are outstanding, and the rolling topography, six ponds, and mixture of open pasture, and hardwood forest provide the groundwork for creating additional recreational pursuits.
The farm is thoroughly improved, starting with a beautiful, character-rich owners compound centered around a Georgian-style manor house built in 1930. Additional improvements include a managers house, tenant cottage, farm buildings, and two poultry houses. Lindens large acreage, balanced land uses, privacy, and close proximity to Washington D.C., Richmond, and Charlottesville make it a coveted opportunity to create a lasting family retreat.