Virginia is known for its charming Victorian homes, and this stunning property in Hague, Va., is no exception.
The Mount Pleasant was built in 1887 and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2002, as well as the Virginia Landmarks Register. But now, the historic home is up on the market for $2.5 million.
Even if the multi-million dollar price tag is a little bit out of your budget, everyone can appreciate the classic beauty of this amazing home.
The property melds Victorian class with modern convenience. The home has a number of modern upgrades, like an elevator, a two-car garage and an electric generator.
But it maintains the authenticity of the original structure with exquisite Victorian architecture and decor.
In addition, the three-story, Queen-Anne style dwelling features a wrap-around porch overlooking 49 acres.
The expansive property also boasts seven beds and seven-and-a-half baths, plus a detached carriage barn and a well house. With an on-site horse stable, nine fireplaces and a wet bar, this home is the perfect weekend getaway.
It also features several gardens throughout the property, with beautiful flowers and fountains.
Although this property seems to have everything you’d ever need, the surrounding region has plenty to keep you entertained, too. Hague is located on the Potomac River, just south of the Chesapeake Bay, in the historic Westmoreland County.
With quaint coffee shops, restaurants, wineries and art galleries, Westmoreland County is becoming Virginia’s premiere destination for dining, antiquing and art. The area also has great fishing, kayaking and biking areas for outdoor enthusiasts. Not to mention, it’s also the birthplace of George Washington.
If you’d like to call this historic Mount Pleasant house your own home, check out more information at Sotheby’s International Realty.