When it comes to high-priced homes, this one’s a doozy: This estate, dubbed Oakendale and located just outside Middleburg in Virginia’s horse country, was recently put up for sale with a list price of $33.5 million. The 1934 six-bedroom manor comes with two stone guest cottages, a greenhouse, a standalone office, a few ponds, a pool and poolhouse, stables, and a log cabin. But the real money is in the land—the home sits on a staggering 837 acres of rolling Virginian hills.
The property was owned by late philanthropist and conservationist Mary Sayles Booker Braga, according to Politico.
But even at $33.5 million, Oakendale doesn’t top out as the area’s most expensive. Last summer, Paul and Bunny Mellon’s Oak Spring Farm estate in nearby Upperville—which includes more than 2,000 acres and a private jet landing strip—went on the market with an asking price of $70 million. It hasn’t yet sold.
Take a peek at Oakendale’s sprawling exterior below, then go to Washington Fine Properties for the complete details.