Spectacular property anchored by a stone Hanback-built house. The main house, White Oak, was designed by Washington Reed, Jr., well known for his work on the redesign of historic Williamsburg. The house is situated between the villages Middleburg and Upperville. The stunning 93-acre farm offers 180-degree sweeping views of the Blue Ridge Mountains. The main house is sited on a knoll with enviable breathtaking vistas. Inside, the house has a more traditional floor plan which provides formal rooms for entertaining, as well as comfortable spaces to relax with family and friends. The home is filled with light from the many windows that take in the mountain views. The property includes a swimming pool with a pool house, a 2 bedroom / 1 bath stone tenant house, and a stone and block 6-stall stable with tack room, feed room, and wash stall. The open fields are fenced into large paddocks and there are two spring-fed ponds. The farm is in a conservation easement held by the Virginia Outdoors Foundation and is located within the famed Piedmont Hunt territory.