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Historic Equestrian Estate Absolute Auction Tuesday, September 24th at 2pm Charlottesville Area, VA

Historic Equestrian Estate Envision yourself on your favorite horse, cantering

history. The house was fully updated in 2007 to

across the velvety, rolling hills of your own private

offer contemporary luxury and comfort. The manor

equestrian estate. Here, gentle breezes rustle the

house is two stories and 3,213 sq. ft., including 3

needles of the pines, and sunshine shimmers on the

gracious bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms. Six of these

surface of your lake. In the quiet countryside near

large rooms offer gas-burning fireplaces, and there

Charlottesville, Virginia, is the ideal family retreat:

are high ceilings and rich wood floors. The house

Eastern View Farm. This historic property, including

includes a large basement that could be finished to

a 19th century manor house and equestrian facilities,

provide additional bedrooms or recreation space.

is located in the lush landscape once adored by

Spacious porches have been added around the home,

America’s third President, Thomas Jefferson. Endless,

as well as several sets of French doors that invite you

green vistas will inspire you to dream about the past,

to enjoy the beautiful surroundings.

of a simpler, more relaxed style of living. Grand Estates Auction Company is pleased to present

Located a short drive from the cultured university

Eastern View Farm for absolute auction with no

town of Charlottesville, Eastern View Farm includes

minimum and no reserve. Bidding for this 275± acre

136 acres of open land and another 138-plus acres of

jewel set in the breathtaking beauty of Louisa County

hardwood and pine forest. There is a 12-stall horse

will begin at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, September 24, at the

barn, a covered riding arena, and a 3-stall barn used

property, 2452 Poindexter Road. Previews will take

for storing hay and farm tools. The Green Springs

place daily from September 19 until the day of the

area offers exceptionally fertile land and the property

auction. This is a unique opportunity to acquire one

is zoned agricultural with private water and sewer

of the most desirable properties in the picturesque

service. Eastern View Farm is conveniently located

Green Springs Historic District of Virginia.

near shopping centers for everyday needs as well as exclusive boutiques, theatres, fine dining, golf

After an active day riding horses in the sunshine,

courses and public and private airports. For those

relax with family and close friends in the elegant

who relish the equestrian lifestyle, walking leisurely

rooms of the estate’s manor house. Built in 1856,

through sweet-smelling fields, tending a garden, or

this splendid Greek Revival manor with Italianate

arranging a stylish lawn party under brilliant blue

design features offers a glimpse into Virginia’s genteel

skies, Eastern View Farm awaits.

Kitchen The heart of every Southern home is its kitchen, and Eastern View Farm’s large, light-filled kitchen is no exception. Gather the family in this inviting space to whip up breakfast while enjoying views of the peaceful landscape. Renovated in 2007 with every contemporary gourmet feature, the kitchen is appointed with new tile flooring and elegant cabinetry.

The center island features a Brazilian

cherry countertop while the surrounding countertops are granite, and the high ceiling has both recessed lighting and hanging fixtures. Discerning chefs will adore the six-burner gas cooktop on the expansive central island, as well as the deep sink designed with a stylish, antiqued look. Appliances, including an enormous refrigerator, are artfully camouflaged in the richly appointed custom cabinetry painted in a cream finish. There is plenty of space to store your favorite china, including several glass-front cabinets. Large windows offer views of the trees covering the property, and a door opens onto the deck for enjoying morning coffee outside. There is a tiled utility room with washer and dryer just off the kitchen, and the room opens easily onto the adjacent formal dining room for easy serving.

Family Room Your family and friends will adore gathering in the bright, cheerful family room, located just off the kitchen. A stylish, columned archway with built-in glass cabinets leads into this versatile room. Design features include 10 ft. ceilings, beautiful heart pine flooring and a gas fireplace for added warmth and charm. Recently installed shelving and cabinetry provide ample storage for everything from books to brandies. A iron stove with carved mantel provides warmth and ambiance in this inviting room. Large windows and two sets of French doors allow for sweeping views of the home’s lovely lawns and forested groves. Invite your guests to step outside onto the expansive patio after dinner as the moon rises. This room’s open layout and cream-colored paint make it adaptable to any dÊcor, from rustic casual, to more formal and traditional styles.

Sitting Room / Office Tend to the details of running an equestrian farm, or ponder the family’s investments in the convenient office. This spacious room could also be used as a charming sitting room, and is located at the front of the house just off the main hall. The sitting room/ office is appointed with warm, heart pine flooring and newly painted walls. Ceilings are 10 ft. high and a rich, wood fan overhead, fitted with a frosted globe light fixture, all make the room airy and bright. A wall of recently installed, built-in cabinetry and shelving provide extensive storage and display space. There is a gas fireplace with a fine, carved mantel and a tile hearth, reflecting the home’s historic décor concept but with the ease and efficiency of gas. The sitting room/office was updated with new window trim on both windows.

Master Suite On the manor home’s second floor is the spacious

and carved brass screen. To ensure comfort even

master suite. This room is your own private oasis, a

on warm Virginia summer days, there are two air

comfortable retreat after an active day of horseback

conditioning zones in the house. Newly updated

riding or digging in the garden. This expansive, light-

heating, including forced air and radiators, make

filled suite’s design reflects the traditional Virginia

the master suite and other bedrooms cozy in winter.

farmhouse look of the rest of the home. There is

Gaze through the large window at the emerald-green

beautiful heart pine flooring, a high ceiling, and a

lawns and pine forests beyond.

gas fireplace with a stylish mantel, tiled surround

The master bath in the suite is roomy and luxurious.

Fixtures in the master bath are new, but with an

Elegant design features include radiant heated tile

antiqued chrome look that reflects the home’s historic

flooring, a gas fireplace with tile surround and carved

nature. Stylish wall sconce fixtures, an overhead

mantel, separate pedestal sinks, and a deep bathtub

dome light fixture, and a large window make this

for luxurious soaking. As you are soaking in your

inviting master bath bright and cheerful. The master

dream tub, enjoy the ambiance of a roaring fire and

bath also has a deep linen closet for plenty of storage

a good book. The bathtub also includes a handheld

space, and several installed towel bars.

shower attachment.

Bedrooms and Bath Also on the home’s second floor are two expansive bedrooms. Fully renovated with rich, heart pine flooring, fresh paints, and stylish baseboards and window casements, these suites are warm, comfortable retreats offering privacy and quiet. Both bedrooms feature gas fireplaces with carved mantels, antique-style radiators, and large, doublehung windows for plenty of natural light. These rooms are ideal for children or visiting friends.

The two bedrooms share a beautifully updated bath. Traditional dĂŠcor features include a cement pedestal sink with antiqued fixtures, softly colored paint, a bead board, claw-foot tub, and radiant heated floors. Your family or guests will enjoy getting ready for an active day on the riding trails in this cheerful, sparkling bath.

Porches and Decks Expansive porches and decks around the main floor of the manor house were added and upgraded in the recent renovation. Step onto these gracious porches to enjoy your morning coffee while soaking in the inspiring vistas, or enjoy a relaxed conversation with guests in a gentle afternoon breeze. The home features a 440 sq. ft., partially covered porch with a new metal roof, and historically accurate copper gutters that were recently installed. A gentle staircase leads you onto the lawn for your morning walk. Square columns and freshly painted railings lend additional charm to the porch, and an overhead ceiling fan provides an additional breeze for warm days. At the back of the house is a large, new deck accessible through sets of French doors in the main floor rooms. This spacious retreat is made of rich, coumarone wood and is appointed with Spanish cedar railings. Each Independence Day, step onto this charming deck and enjoy nearby fireworks displays from three directions above the tree line. Exterior renovations of the house were completed under the supervision of the National Park System to maintain the historical nature of the house, and their style blends seamlessly with the original features of the structure.

Grounds and Pastures Lush pastures and velvet-green meadows seem to stretch endlessly on this incredible property. Stroll or ride on miles of trails around your private lake, or wander through forests that include 38 acres of investment-grade Loblolly pine in its fifteenth year of growth. You’re likely to spot the herds of deer or flocks of wild turkeys that are abundant here, wandering in and out of the trees. Eastern View Farm sports 10 watered pastures, and the soil is mostly comprised of a fine, sandy loam. There are 130 acres of productive hay fields as well. Before it was used as a horse farm, the property served as a cattle ranch, and it is still appropriate for that use. An operating gravity-fed watering system brings water to all the pastures. There is extensive fencing and cross-fencing on the gently sloping, rolling landscape. Sections of the grounds border lovely Forster’s Creek, and there are views of foothills and the Blue Ridge Mountains beyond.

12-Stall Barn Eastern View Farm’s equestrian amenities make this property ideal for avid horse owners. The property’s main horse barn features 12 stalls that are each 12 X 12 ft., and sport Dutch doors and transom windows. Each stall is outfitted with rubber mats, and 6 have automatic waterers. There is a wash stall with hot and cold water. There are two cross-tie, tack-up areas and a tack room, as well as an office/groom’s quarters with a kitchenette, 1.5 baths, a washer and dryer, and a storage room/workshop. There is also a spacious equipment shed on the side. This board and batten pole barn is 155 ft. by 39 ft., and there is a 14 ft. center aisle. The barn is designed to accommodate as many as 16 stalls. The property also offers a second, 60 ft. by 40 ft. pole barn. This convenient outbuilding generally is used for hay storage. It also features three stalls, an exterior tack room, a metal roof and a ground floor. Eastern View Farm’s beautiful grounds are ideal for exercising and enjoying your horses. Invite friends for a leisurely afternoon ride and enjoy the beauty of Virginia’s historic Piedmont region. The area is known for its top-notch horse farms, and nearby Charlottesville offers a number of veterinary care services and clinics specializing in equine care.

Dressage Arena Train for the elegant equestrian sport of dressage in Eastern View Farm’s magnificent private arena. You and your family will enjoy exercising your horses in this 72’x176’ covered arena, which was custombuilt by Virginia Frame with Everlast EQ/LBS “euro-felt” footing. There are five horse paddocks designed for rotational grazing off a center corral, each with automatic waterers. Two additional paddocks are located at the front of the property. Every paddock offers an open, gently hilled slope and a wooded retreat. The dressage arena offers gorgeous views of the surrounding countryside and hardwood forests. At Eastern View Farm, rainwater from the 12-stall horse barn and dressage arena is collected in six 1,300-gallon tanks. This collected rainwater may be used to supply the barn, and water is purified by a UV-filtering system. The barn also includes a septic tank and a 130 ft. well with a recovery rate of 8 gallons per minute serves the entire property.

Private Stocked Lake On lazy summer afternoons, grab your fishing pole and wander down to the gently curving shores of Eastern View Farm’s private lake. This glorious, spring-fed 7+ acre lake is fully stocked with bass and crappie, so reeling in a fresh catch will be a breeze. Set up a lakeside picnic in early autumn to enjoy the open expanse of blue sky and colorful turning leaves on the nearby hardwoods. From time to time, blue heron and two local eagles can be seen diving for fish in the lake. Eastern View Farm is located near picturesque Lake Anna, a 13,000-acre body of water with approximately 17 miles of shoreline. Lake Anna State Park is a family-friendly outdoor recreation area, with a public boat ramp, picnic areas, beach and nature-lovers’ activities. Three campgrounds at the park offer camping, fishing, hiking trails and meeting areas.

Charlottesville, Virginia Eastern View Farm is located in Virginia’s Piedmont country, just a short drive from charming Charlottesville. This lovely community is famous as the site of the prestigious University of Virginia, and as the home of the university’s founder and designer, President Thomas Jefferson. On a spectacular hilltop overlooking the countryside is Jefferson’s beloved plantation, Monticello, a jewel of neoclassical architecture and innovative design. This region also features two other historic, genteel properties belonging to our earliest Presidents. Take an afternoon to visit stately Montpelier, the home of James and Dolley Madison, and Ash Lawn-Highland, the home of James Monroe. Contemporary Charlottesville offers sophisticated cultural attractions to suit any interest. Stroll around The Corner and sample the city’s atmospheric pubs and casual restaurants. The city also offers craft beer and wine tours, lectures, several award-winning theaters and comedy clubs. On leisurely afternoons, one can tour the beautiful university campus buildings designed by Jefferson, including the famous Rotunda, or stroll across the green Lawn and surrounding Range, where distinguished students like Edgar Allan Poe and Woodrow Wilson once lived. In April and October, the Foxfield Races are held, exciting steeplechase events that evoke Virginia’s genteel history. Charlottesville is accessible by rail and highway, as well as Charlottesville-Albemarle regional airport. The cities of Fredericksburg and Richmond, the state capital, are within easy drives, and the area features excellent public and private schools. Join a tailgate party before a Virginia Cavaliers football game at its picturesque open-air stadium, or enjoy a basketball game or rock concert at John Paul Jones Arena. Charlottesville has entertainment, culture and recreational offerings to suit every taste.

Green Springs National Historic District Eastern View Farm is located within the renowned Green Springs National Historic Landmark District of Louisa County’s Western Piedmont, an area designated as a National Historic Landmark District on the National Register of Historic Places for the scenic beauty of its farms and historic estates. The Green Springs District dates back to 1972 when 14,000 acres of pristine land with historic buildings were put under conservation easement with the intent of preserving, protecting and maintaining the historical, architectural, cultural and scenic values of the area. The District was the first of its kind in the nation.

Louisa Equestrian Estate

Driving Directions: Directions from Charlottesville-Albemarle Airport Exit the airport and head south on the Bowen Loop. Next, enter the roundabout and take the 2nd exit onto Airport Rd. Next, turn right onto Seminole Trl/US-29 S. Continue to follow US-29 S. Next, stay straight to go onto US-29-BR S/ Emmet St N. Next, merge onto US-250-BYP E toward Richmond. Next, stay straight to go onto Long St/US-250/VA20. Continue to follow US-250. Next, merge onto I-64 E via the ramp on the left toward Richmond. Next, take the US-15 exit 136 toward Gordonsville/Palmyra. Next, turn right onto James Madison Hwy/US-15 S. Next, turn left onto Three Notch Rd/US-250. Next, turn left onto Poindexter Rd. The property will be on the right at 2452 Poindexter

Rd Louisa, VA 23093.

Directions from Richmond International Airport Exit the airport and head north on Richard E Byrd Terminal Dr. Next, turn slight right onto South Airport Dr. Next, Merge onto I-64 W toward I-95/Richmond. Next, merge onto I-64 W via EXIT 79 toward I-195 S/Powhite Pkwy/ Charlottesville. Next, take the VA-208 exit# 136, turn left onto Rte 15. Next, turn left at light onto US-250. Next, turn left onto Poindexter Rd. The property will be on the right at 2452 Poindexter Rd Louisa, VA 23093.

Your Historic Equestrian Estate Do not miss the opportunity to make this extraordinary Virginia residence your own at an Absolute Auction, with no minimum and no reserve.

Tuesday, September 24th at 2pm Come prepared to Bid & Buy™.



Friday, Sept. 20

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Saturday, Sept. 21

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Sunday, Sept. 22

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Monday, Sept. 23

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Tuesday, Sept. 24

11am - 1:30pm

877-431-0902 Disclaimer: Grand Estates Auction Company ® is the Selling Agent only. The Auctioneer holds the right to deny admittance to any person. Any announcements made on-site on auction day will supercede any oral or written statements made prior to that time. Information contained herein was derived from sources believed to be correct, but is not guaranteed. It is the responsibility of the buyer and/or the Buyer’s Agent or Broker to determine the accuracy of all measurements and specifications of property. This auction is not available to residents of any state where the real estate may not be in compliance with the real estate laws of that state. In the unlikely event that the owner does not honor any bid or fails to close title in accordance with the winning bid or contract entered into with respect to this property, the Auctioneer or Auction Company will not be held responsible or liable in any way. Likewise, the Auctioneer or Auction Company will not be responsible if the property is unsatisfactory to the bidder in any way. Seller has the right to add or delete property at their discretion. A 10% Buyer’s Premium will be added to the winning bid price. 2013 © Brochure information property of Grand Estates Auction Company ®. This document may not be reproduced in whole or in part without the expressed written permission of Grand Estates Auction Company ®. This is not an offer to residents of any state where prohibited by applicable state law.

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