340 BISHOP MEADE RD
340 BISHOP MEADE RD, BOYCE, Virginia 22620 - $1,325,000
“Woodland” is an elegant French Provincial style house on 17.4 acres, extremely well located, within walking distance of the small but bustling and trendy village of Millwood, home of Lockes Store, The Buttery restaurant, 2 antique stores, and an eighteenth century restored mill. The house was designed and built in 2000 by the architect/owner, with a simple, logical floorplan and high-quality materials used throughout. The exterior is stucco, with shutters on the front and a standing seam metal hip roof. The flooring on the interior is random width aged pine which was shipped from New Hampshire and nailed down with old rose-head clinch nails from Massachusetts. Ceilings are 9` on the main floor and 8` on the second. The tile-floored entrance foyer leads into a large, gracious living room which boasts a brick wood-burning fireplace with mantel and lots of built-in bookcases. The living room connects to a combination dining room/ open kitchen with triple French doors leading out to a beautiful brick porch which runs along much of the length of the back of the house. The first floor also includes an office with built-in cabinets, powder room, and mud room. There are three bedrooms and a second office upstairs, all good-size, two full baths, and a separate laundry room. The primary bathroom includes a 2 person soaking tub and a tiled and glass-enclosed shower. The house has a full basement with a poured concrete floor, which is framed out for an extra room. Wood- burning stove in the basement.nThe property is well set-up for horses. A PJ Williams 7-stall center aisle barn with tack room, feed room, work room, and wash rack is tucked away among the trees. There are four large paddocks, a round pen, and a 240` x 70` dressage arena with footing. There are two run-in sheds and a machine storage shed.nThe owners have Verizon high speed internet, and have been successfully working from home. 1 extra dwelling unit right goes with this property, should the new owner wish divide it.