The Estate – Exterior
Court Manor has long been considered one of the finest estates in the Shenandoah Valley. Originally part of a large land grant from King George III, this prestigious farm is one of a kind. Presently this breathtaking farm is home of a purebred Angus herd and is well fenced both exterior and interior. The farmland consists of primarily orchard grass with 150 acres in crops. Smith Creek runs through the property with an additional 3 acre pond. Also included are (3) 48′ x 96′ round bale barns, (1) 48′ x 96′ machine shed, auction ring, cattle facilities, grain bin, 2 upright silos, numerous other sheds. One of the few farms in the Shenandoah Valley that is already set up for a large-scale cattle operation.
The Estate – Interior
The historic manor home circa 1800 was completely renovated in the late 1980’s, the original Greek revival character is still intact. This home boasts 5 large bedrooms each with full bathrooms, and all of the living areas have views of the Massanutten Mountains and the clear open farmland. The well-manicured lawn and open patio space takes advantage of the open mountain views and pastoral settings this farm is known for.
Tour the Estate
Watch our virtual tour video of this beautiful 620 Historic Estate Farm and then get in touch with us to take an in-person tour.