Washington Fine Properties is proud to announce the offering of 20385 Beaverdam Bridge Road, known as Butcher’s Run, the former residence of Actor-Producer Robert Duvall. The estate is listed at $3.7 million as of Friday, February 2nd.
Steeped in history, the Quaker-built Fieldstone Manor home, was originally constructed around 1820 and resides eight miles from Middleburg and 40 miles from Washington D.C., just outside the historic village of Philomont in Virginia's famed Hunt Country. The residence is featured in the book, “Old Plantations and Historic Homes Around Middleburg, Virginia” by Audry Windsor Bergner.
The expansive 28-acre estate offers 5 spacious bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms spread across 5500 square feet of living space, boasting classic features, such as wide plank heart pine floors, fireplaces, and an elegant slate roof. Additionally, the estate includes an 8-stall courtyard barn with a tack room, wash area, and office, along with six paddocks, automatic waterers, riding ring, and four run-in sheds; your equine companions will feel right at home. Additional amenities include an outdoor pool and patio overlooking panoramic views of mountains and rolling fields a stone carriage house surrounded by flowering gardens, a stone spring house, 3 car garage, an exercise studio, and even a separate secluded log cabin with two ponds, additional 5+ acres and a resident owl family. Butcher’s Run offers a seamless blend of old-world character and modern amenities.
“Many aspects of Butcher’s Run make it extraordinary, but for me, one of the most prominent is the exceptional setting. Beautifully sited, the estate sits nestled among rolling meadows surrounded by breathtaking sweeping views of the Blue Ridge Mountains with sunsets that seem to go on forever.... It is an experience of place that makes it hard to leave. Butcher’s Run is truly the quintessential Hunt Country Estate.” – Shannon Gilmore.