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In the midst of the Keswick Hunt Country, this gem of a small farm is nestled in among the many wonderful large estates along Louisa Road (VSH 231). Views of the nearby pond, fields and the Southwest Mountains are abundant from the 22+/- acres and from most rooms in the residence.

The main residence at Crossfields was designed in 1987 by the architectural firm of Heyward, Boyd and Anderson for the current owners. Branching off from the central entrance foyer is the living room, a spacious master suite with a dressing area, a powder room, the dining room and kitchen. The many special features in the gracious living room include year round mountain views, an attractive fireplace, custom built bookcases, floors of antique heart pine from the original house at nearby Castalia and a screen porch. The lovely proportioned dining room is suitable for both family meals and entertaining. The focal point of the kitchen sitting area is an antique mantle surrounding a cozy fireplace and a space for a breakfast table in the bay window. Two bedrooms and a bath are located on the second floor. There is an unfinished basement. This well thought out house with 2680 finished square feet has many extra details, such as 9' ceilings, abundant closet and storage space.

Across the pasture is a separate 2-bedroom cottage that has a living room with fireplace, dining room and kitchen as well as miscellaneous sheds, storage buildings and garages on the property.

The property is a combination of fenced pasture and mature hardwood forests. There is ample water with a small pond near the house and a small lake at the rear of the property. The land is protected by a conservation easement with the Virginia Outdoors Foundation, as are many of the properties in the Keswick area.