A fine Lexington Virginia historic farm circa 1815 located one mile from Lexington and upstream along the Maury River. The 51.27 acre farm sits atop a high meadow with views of rich farmland, the Blue Ridge Mountains, and the perfectly framed House Mountain. This significant and well maintained home has 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, updated kitchen, and wide center hall. The lovely stone cottage with 1 bedroom, bath, and kitchen, predates the house and sits nearby. Riding ring, stable, outbuildings, pasture, hay fields, and woodlands compliment this most unique property and setting. Legend and family history portray the property commandeered as a staging area and command for the the attacking force of Gen. Hunter. And later, of numerous visits to Leyburn by R.E. Lee, President of Washington College.