The Owner’s Suite offers a king-sized bedroom with a cozy sitting area and luxurious sun porch that includes an American Leather queen sofa-bed. The renovated bathroom features natural stone tile, a claw-foot soaking tub, and an oversized glass enclosed shower. Views of the mountains to the East and West and a flat-screen TV complete this handsome suite.
Initially constructed as a summer kitchen, the Cabin offers exclusive privacy and a cozy, intimate space. Enjoy a handsomely furnished living room with a large stone fireplace, leather sofa, flat screen TV, kitchenette, dining area and library. The original, steep staircase opens into a wonderfully inviting bedroom with a king-sized bed and Egyptian cotton bedding.
The Queen’s Room located on the main floor, is elegant and comfortable. The alcove offers a panorama of mountain views to the west and two luxurious arm chairs for reading. The room has a four-poster king size bed, complete with Egyptian cotton sheets. The bath is tiled with natural stone and offers a large glass shower with multi-function shower head.
The converted house library is filled with personality. The room offers a selection of books including classics, family history, fox hunting, and area history. The wet bar, working fireplace, large wing chair, clawfoot tub, private entrance and porch complete the experience. Figure out whose portrait is over the mantle and you will understand the room name.
The Foxes’ Lair, located on the second floor, features two queen beds with Egyptian cotton sheets, an individual thermostat, and a renovated private bath with natural stone tile and a multi-function shower head. Guests are treated to views of Old Rag Mountain toward the SW and Turkey Mountain to the NE. Reading chairs grace the foot of each bed.
The Music Room, located on the second floor, offers a cozy retreat that includes a private library and sitting area. The room has an individual thermostat, and a natural stone tiled bathroom with a large multi-function shower head and original washing sink. Views of the Blue Ridge Mountains to the South and West add a special touch.