Hickory Tree Farm, Middleburg, Virginia

Originally part of a land grant from King George II to Leven Powell, who with 200 settlers became the earliest European inhabitants in the area, Hickory Tree Farm not only boasts a storied past but a distinguished present. Internationally renowned for its Thoroughbred racehorses and magnificent complex of seven barns, paddocks, and training track on some 372 majestic acres overlooking the Blue Ridge Mountains, the legendary country seat also boasts the architectural knolltop gem Confederate Hall—a historic meeting place—as well as a stately newly minted four-bedroom main residence, an assortment of outbuildings, and seven other houses, all brimming with Southern hospitality.

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