A country oasis awaits you. This 61.2 acre farm, owned by the Robert W. Hockman family since 1906 offers, organically certified fertile land, 3 homes, a tiny house, out buildings, income potential, a panoramic view of the mountains, Opequon Creek, breathtaking sunrises and sunsets, and more. This is the perfect place for you and your family and/or a thriving business. The property is minutes from downtown Winchester, I81, and only 60 miles from Washington D.C. The property contains 4 separate parcels, 2 of which are build-able. The uses for this property are abundant such as an event center, brewery, distillery, winery, and many other creative ventures. As you enter the Manor house driveway, one of two drives into the property, you will be greeted by large Maple trees. The Manor house, circa in 1906 has the original hardwood floors, fireplaces, and decorative molding. It is full of character and family warmth. There are 4 bedrooms and 2 baths. The second home, The Herds Inn, currently a vacation rental, circa 2000, is made of refurbished log and chinking. It has a striking fireplace, made from limestone gathered from the farm, flooring from vinegar vats, banisters from an apple processing plant and more. The Cottage, the third home, is a log home with 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, an impressive limestone fireplace, and an inviting wrap around porch. The farm parcel is the largest of the four and is bordered by Shady Elm road, a fence row, a gravel drive, and the Opequon Creek. The 2 build-able lots sit to the north of the farm entrance and face east on Shady Elm Road. The 4th parcel is 10 acres nestled in the back of the property along the Opequon Creek. This property has income potential, could be perfect for tiny houses, grazing animals, or a quiet spot to retreat. In addition to the 2 build-able lots, 10 acre parcel, and the vacation rental, there is additional income on this property from Shentel and WXVA AM/FM (102.9). This family farm has supported many business opportunities through the years such as an orchard, dairy, yogurt business, farm market, educational tours, vacation rental, and home to many collaborative partnerships. Now it is your turn to live on this oasis and make it your own!
Single Family, Single Family-Detached, Log, 2 Story
Hot Water Heater, Well
1,750 sq. ft
Frederick County Public Schools
Detailed Room Information
- Kitchen, Laundry Room, Living Room, Foyer
- Country Kitchen, Island
- Microwave, Dishwasher, Disposal, Dryer, Ice Maker, Electric Range/Cooktop, Refrigerator, Washer, Water Treatment System
- Central Air, Electric
- Electric Heating. Heat Pump, Forced Air.
- Stained Glass
- 1. Wood-burning.
- Additional Interior Features
- Breakfast Area, Built-Ins, Cedar Closet, Wood Floors
Exterior / Lot Features
- Lot View
- Mountain, Panoramic, Scenic, Valley, Pasture
- Split Rail, Wood
- Additional Exterior/Lot Features
- Exterior Lighting, Flood Lights, Out Building, Feed Barn, Milk House, Shed, Silo, Stanchions, Livestock Facilities, Additional Lot(s). Additional Lot(S), Partly Wooded, Rural, Stream/Creek, Unrestricted.
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Source: mdbmls-p: Bright MLS (Portal)