Millwood is an 112-acre, equestrian estate in Fauquier County. Once you pass through the gates you’ll notice the cleverly designed hand-laid brick driveway that swoops past the 20 street lights. First, is the front of the all brick manor which makes a loop around the stone water fountain. But, if you’re in for the night then drive to the northwest part of this expansive 10,945 sq ft manor where you will find 3 oversized (attached) garage bays. There are 3 additional (detached) garages for the car/truck enthusiast. Next up, is the 1,534sf managers/veterinarian 2-story & two car garage all brick home + 2,028sf office building roughly 800 yards away. Saving the best for last is the all-brick 11,270sf horse stable w/new roof (replaced October 2017) with copper gutters. This robust structure consists of 21 oversized horse stalls, 23′ wide aisles, offices, tack room, and wash bays. Like humans, all horses have their own desired comfort level. Millwood Equestrian Estate was engineered to accommodate the maximum airflow/ventilation in the summer & colder months while still allowing proper ventilation. This is done by opening or closing the massive barn doors on the East and West ends of the barn. If that doesn’t suit the horses then you can do the same for the North and South end doors. Each horse stall was designed with two entry doors, the first leads to the interior aisle, the second goes directly outside. The second door was designed to be 2 separate panels you have metal mesh door for better air circulation, then an exterior solid door to block the wind. Millwood Equestrian Estate also has several paddocks, run-in sheds, office building, managers/vet house with double garage, excellent wood fences, (four) one-bedroom apartments and an outdoor arena. This estate abuts Millwood Private Country Club and its golf course. All being surrounded by the Blue Ridge/Allegheny Mountains.