Located in Virginia fox hunt country, the property is set amongst rolling hills with expansive Blue Ridge views and a landscape of pasture, forest, marsh, and two creeks that lead into the Rapidan River.
Cabin Point was named after the charming, rustic 1850s cabin situated on the south side of the property. Refurbished in the 1990s, the Cabin houses a tenant who shares in the vision of Cabin Point Farms. Adjacent is a historic barn constructed from hand-hewn, half-log pine beams, which we converted into an art studio. There is also a quaint old chicken coup and smokehouse.
The property sits at the foot of historic Clark’s Mountain, which forms the northern boundary of the lovely surreal Southwest Mountains. This geological formation that stretches south adjacent to the Blue Ridge from Rapidan to Jefferson’s Monticello, and its Davidson loam soils grow some of the best wine in the U.S. The property is a short drive to the birthplaces or estates of Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, James Monroe, Zachary Taylor, and Woodrow Wilson. The property is a short drive to the historical and charming towns of Orange, Gordonsville, and Culpeper, 50 minutes from Charlottesville and only 1.5 hours from Washington, DC.