MIddleburg, Virginia

Recognized by Country Life magazine as one of the nation’s seven outstanding country homes, Huntland reigns over 550 wondrously private, gently rolling acres in Virginia’s fabled Hunt Country. The impeccably renovated Federal-style mansion was originally created in 1837 by William Benton, who also built Oak Hill for President James Monroe. Down through the years, it has welcomed not only many United States congressmen and senators but also Presidents Kennedy and Johnson. Four charming cottages share the grounds, which also feature a manager’s house, farm buildings, five ponds, a kennel, and a stable ideally suited to the setting’s legendary equestrian pleasures.

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