Charming, circa 1776, Rappahannock County farm surrounded by spectacular landscaping designed by internationally known James van Sweden. The property consists of 50 gently rolling acres with pastureland along the Jordan River and protected by an Easement with Virginia Outdoors Foundation. The original home was expanded in the 1800s and again in 1967 and features four bedrooms with five bathrooms. The first floor features exposed wood beam ceilings, hardwood floors, a kitchen with 2 farmhouse sinks, a separate freezer, Sub Zero refrigerator, and a Viking stove and oven. Along with the kitchen, there is a spacious living room, dining room, and media room on the main level. A stone retaining wall intersects with the fencing behind the home creating an unobstructed and expansive view. Terraces on the back and side of the home provide access to the private pool. Garden beds wrap around the house, contained by a low-profile stone wall, blending seamlessly into the stonework surrounding the house. The most recent addition was constructed in 2006 and includes a barn conveniently located to the home, accessible via a covered walkway. The 3 stall barn features a center aisle, tack room, and wash stall. Three-board fencing surrounds the paddocks which include run-in sheds equipped with electricity and fans. Several of the paddocks also include catch pens, making them very user-friendly. There is also a fenced-in garden, and another barn/tractor shed nearby. The property includes an area of cleared land to customize to your equestrian needs, whether that be extra paddock space, an arena, or a polo field. This property has excellent internet and is conveniently located between Marshall and Flint Hill.