Pattisall Farm, Route 71, Lebanon, VA
Virginia Historic Estate
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Pattisall (Stuart) Farm – Lebanon, VA
Once in a Lifetime Opportunity
Three hundred Eighty-One plus (381+) acres located in the south part of a lush valley in Virginia fronting approximately 3/4-mile along an historical Virginia by-way.
A 13-room used-brick mansion sits atop a hill overlooking the front-forty acres that is 2-story with full walk-up attic and full walk-in basement, yielding two levels heated and two additional levels enclosed but not environmentally-controlled. Each level of the home contains a little more than 3,000 square feet, fully restored in 1995 under National Historical Register and Virginia Historical Register guidelines. The estate was accepted by both Historical Registers following the careful reconstruction period.
The first floor of the mansion has a grand entrance foyer and staircase landing, formal living room, formal dining room, library, master bedroom and bath with jacuzzi and separate shower with steam. Also on the main floor is the kitchen with all updated appliances and granite counter tops, butler’s pantry, separate pantry/laundry, powder room, telephone room, additional storage closets and a large covered porch with additional freezer.
The second floor has a 2-bedroom suite with a full bath and separate wash basin in adjoining bedroom. Two additional bedrooms with connecting full bath bath, walk-in closet, and additional corner basin in the back bedroom. One additional bedroom with corner basin. A sun room fronts the second-level opening to covered porch overlooking the front forty acres. All bedrooms are expansively-sized king-suites and all but one upstairs bedroom have fireplaces as do the living room, dining room, and library.
The home is finished with ten-foot ceilings, massive oak woodwork, tiger oak fireplace mantels in living room, dining room, and library, picture moldings throughout, beautiful hardwood floors, period brass chandeliers, wrap-around covered tile porch with Corinthian columns and pressed tin ceiling. Surrounded by 100+ year-old oak and maple trees.
The estate has been in the holdings of the present family for over 65 years, having been purchased from descendents of Confederate General J.E.B. Stuart. Legend holds that General Stuart spending time visiting family at the property both before and after the Civil War.
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