1804 Federal – Scottsville, VA – $3,250,000

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Added to OHD on 2/15/19   -   Last OHD Update: 2/15/19   -   26 Comments
7373 Dyers Mill Ln, Scottsville, VA 24590

Map: Aerial

Price

$3,250,000

Beds

6

Baths

5 full, 2 half

SqFt

8500

Acres

425

Country estate of 425 +/- with a handsome brick and slate roofed residence of 8500+ sf, expanded in the 70's by renown architect Floyd Johnson. Spacious formal and informal rooms allow for relaxation and living on a grand scale. The historic cottage dates back prior to 1746. Guest house, schoolhouse, pastures, woodland, stream, hunting, and farming. Great views of Blue Ridge Mtns. and Piedmont.
Contact Information
Carol Jackson, Long and Foster Real Estate
(703) 759-9190
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26 Comments on 1804 Federal – Scottsville, VA – $3,250,000

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  1. AvatarSean says: 1 comments

    If someone could kindly loan me $3 million, just until I die I would greatly appreciate it. 🙂

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  2. AvatarJoan says: 11 comments

    Breathtaking…

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  3. AvatarLisa Farris says: 4 comments

    Nice to see really older home that appears to still have original flooring. Grass cloth is beautiful painted. Looks same as it would on drywall but with a beautiful texture!

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  4. TGrantTGrant says: 528 comments
    OHD Supporter

    New Orleans, LA

    Oh my stars and garters, I am in love!

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  5. AvatarNatasha P says: 18 comments

    I like it! The 70s addition reminds me of the bedroom in 2001: A Space Odyssey which is to say it is *extremely* cool and compliments the property so nicely. What a dream.

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  6. Cathy F.Cathy F. says: 1826 comments

    Gorgeous!

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  7. AvatarKeith Sanders says: 87 comments

    Not much of a Federal fan, but not liking this would be a federal case.

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  8. AvatarMW says: 1 comments

    Very charming. Unfortunately a lot more charming than I can afford.

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  9. AvatarMelanie says: 16 comments

    Such lovely light, in addition to all its other charms. Sigh. Would love to see inside the oldest cottage.

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  10. AvatarLin says: 62 comments

    Oh my wandering Stars !! Do you think we could pool togeather and buy this !! Grow our own food, Cattle, chickens we could be a self sufficient farm !! This is the most beautiful paradise I have seen !!

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  11. AvatarAnne Hamilton says: 208 comments

    Im speechless in the surounds of such elegance. What a jaw dropper!

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  12. AvatarHiggy says: 7 comments

    Just let me bring my horses there and I’d never leave home. Magnificent !

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  13. AvatarJohntique says: 28 comments

    Fabulous house; ….. I think I’d need a golf cart to get around the INSIDE of this place.
    On the bright side – I’d be exhausted by the time I got to the bedroom ! Cricket, anyone?

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  14. AvatarSandy B says: 378 comments
    OHD Supporter

    2001 craftsman farmhouse
    Bainbridge Island, WA

    This is a beautiful part of Virginia not far south of Charlottesville, with magnificent horse farms, wineries, etc. This size house and property takes a lot of money and energy to manage, but gosh, I’d love to give it a go….! It’s a lovely house and yes, I’d love to see the 18th-century cottage also. And the kitchen?

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  15. AvatarKristine says: 12 comments

    I wish I had the money to buy this. Simply breathtaking home.

  16. AvatarLindaW says: 7 comments

    This is my dream house! If only I was rich and didn’t live on the other side of the country.

  17. AvatarSean L Craft says: 25 comments

    This is right outside of Charlottesville, beautiful estates everywhere!

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  18. JimHJimH says: 4023 comments
    OHD Supporter

    The house, farm and surrounding community are known as Glendower. The manor house was built for Samuel Dyer (1756-1839), an Englishman who came alone to Virginia just before the Revolution. A successful merchant and planter, he eventually owned over 2000 acres with a store and mill.
    Before he built this place, Dyer had expanded a nearby house he called Plain Dealing, a Virginia landmark known for its Georgian woodwork.
    https://www.dhr.virginia.gov/historic-registers/002-0065/
    https://www.loc.gov/pictures/resource/ppmsca.23415/

    Glendower is an amazing house that survives with much of its original acreage, slaves quarters and smokehouse. I’d like to see photos before the expansion in the 1970’s. One old photo shows that some minor changes were made – the porch was made smaller and the pediment replaced a dormer – not much to complain about.
    https://scottsvillemuseum.com/homes/homeEE06cdEE01.html

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    • AvatarP. Lawson says: 4 comments

      I’d like to see pictures of the slave quarters. Honestly, this is the only listing I have ever seen that owns up to being an antebellum plantation with slaves. All other listings are very hush-hush about it’s history.

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  19. Jodi SmithJodi Smith says: 24 comments

    Did anyone else notice the bedspread matched the bathroom walls from the next picture?!

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  20. AvatarThomas Deignan says: 2 comments

    Buy it and then sell off most of the land. No one needs hundreds of acres. Make the money back to pay off the loan. Land probably worth a lot.

  21. Avatarzoomey says: 482 comments

    This is my dream house, or it was, years ago. As I’ve gotten older, I see this house and its astonishing beauty, and think, Oh my, too much space! The rooms are too big for me now. When I had small children running around, wow, what a great place to let ’em loose! But now, I want cozy. So, I guess it’s fortunate that I have not won the lottery yet, otherwise I’d probably buy this house because it’s fabulous in every way.

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  22. AvatarSandy B says: 378 comments
    OHD Supporter

    2001 craftsman farmhouse
    Bainbridge Island, WA

    Zoomey I agree with you in every way. I think sheer size is what’s keeping many of these mansions on the market for so long. As one gets older (and hopefully, wiser) one is more aware of the great, “burden of responsibility” these gorgeous old houses represent.

  23. Avatarpamibach says: 117 comments

    Ahh my dream horse farm and old house all in one

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