136 TULEYRIES LN BOYCE Virginia 22620
136 TULEYRIES LN, BOYCE, Virginia 22620 - $5,000,000
The Tuleyries, c. 1833, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is one of Virginia’s finest and grandest Federal Style Mansions. From the columned front portico, one enters into the exquisite front hall with its domed ceiling, 13′-14′ ceiling height, and sweeping curved staircase. The rooms throughout are elegant and of a grand size perfect for entertaining large gatherings; the living areas gracefully open into one another in addition to featuring a banquet sized dining room, which can easily seat 20. The main level offers 1 en suite bedroom with 4 additional en suite bedrooms on the second level. John Milner along with his prestigious historical architectural firm of John Milner Architects, Inc. oversaw the homes’ significant restoration in the early 1990’s. The property continues to be beautifully maintained and in 2019, air conditioning was carefully added to the upper level. This listing includes 406 Acres in 3 Parcels, (The Tuleyries and Westfield Farm) with excellent Rt. 50 road frontage. Built by Joseph Tuley, Jr., it was later owned by Upton Boyce and then purchased in 1903 by Graham Blandy. Blandy bequeathed over half of the original estate to the University of Virginia, which is now Blandy Experimental Farm and the State Arboretum of Virginia. The mansion and remainder of land he left to his wife Georgette Haven Borland of New York. It then passed to her sister Alice Borland Wilson, then to her son Orme Wilson Jr. and then to his family. The Tuleyries has only been owned by 2 extended families, the Tuley-Boyce family and the Blandy-Wilson family. Included in the Tuleyries/Westfield Farm Estate is the Mansion, 3 tenant houses, 12 stall stable with newly renovated 3 bedroom apartment, 2 stall stable, 6 run-in sheds, large fenced fields (5 with automatic waterers), 6 bay machine shop, garage, forge, seed house, smokehouse, carriage house, livestock building, stable, ice house and gate house. Walk the grounds and step back in time with the many, charming historic buildings. Wonderful land for horses and cattle. Easement Potential. Surrounded by gorgeous countryside, The Tuleyries is conveniently located 10 minutes from Winchester Regional Airport to the West and a short drive to Dulles International Airport and Washington, D. C. to the East.