Harris Hollow Hill is the quiet little cabin in the woods next to a stream that you’ve always dreamed about, but all grown up into a slightly more sophisticated house with gourmet kitchen, comfortable bedrooms, and refined interiors. Nestled between the headwaters of the Rush River and the Shenandoah National Park, just outside the charming town of Little Washington, Harris Hollow Hill is an ideal retreat to unwind, relax and enjoy nature amidst creature comforts.
Harris Hollow Hill is a well-built and beautifully maintained 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath home. A main floor master bedroom and bath, and wider hallways make it a suitable home for those with mobility issues. The fully finished basement (with bath) provides plenty of flexible space for entertaining, hobbies and separate living space. Central vacuum and two new heat pumps ensure that this house is a very easy keeper.
Front Porch (35 x 8) – Covered porch spanning the width of the house. Several seating areas that overlook the property and the fields and mountains beyond.
Living Room (18 x 15) – Oak hardwood floors, built in book cases and a stone fireplace. Open to Dining Room.
Dining Room (16 x 11) – Double doors to Kitchen, separated from Living Room with built in cabinets. Sliding doors to screen porch. Oak floors.
Screened Porch (8 x 8) – Screened in room off of dining room with space for dining and relaxing. Carpeted floors.
Kitchen (12 x 16) – Well designed kitchen with gourmet finishes. Corian counters, lots of storage, Wolf range and hood, slate floors.
Laundry Room/ Hall Bath (8 x 12) – Separate laundry closet with washer and dryer. Ceramic tile floor, shower, and large vanity counter.
Ground Floor Master Suite (15 x 14) – A comfortable room with a wall of closets, oak floors, and large windows. An en suite bath has single sink vanity and a shower/tub combo.
Small Bedroom/Media Room (11 x 11) – Smaller bedroom configured as media room/den. Oak Floors.
Mud Room – Hallway connecting back entrance and garage with rest of house. Slate floors and pantry storage.
Garage – (22 x 20) The large 2 car garage has ample storage space, automatic garage door openers and access to the back garden and to the house via the mud room.
Large Bedroom (19 x 19) – This large comfortable room has oak flooring, closets and additional storage under the window seat and eaves.
Hall Bath – A full bathroom with tub/shower. ceramic tile floors..
Third Bedroom (19 x 15) – This bedroom has oak flooring, walk-in closet and plenty of storage.
Living Area (18 x 30) – large space with walk-out French doors, a wood stove, built in bookcases and carpeted floors.
Dining Area (16 x 14) – Large room open to living area with carpeted floors and flexible use space for dining or gaming.
Storage Room (10 x 10) – Enclosed space for storage. Unfinished walls and floor.
Workroom (16 x 16) – large workspace with built-in shelving. Could be converted into downstairs kitchen space.
Bath – Fully finished half bath with space and plumbing for a shower as well.
This nearly 7.5 acre parcel is a mostly open gentle hillside. The house is set at the back of the lot to afford privacy and mountain views. Wider mountain views could be easily achieved with selective clearing of larger trees in the foreground. There are extensive plantings in the front and back of the house and dogwoods and other trees at the forest edge provide four season interest. A wide front lawn merges seamlessly with the forest via rhododendrons, azaleas and other landscaping. The headwaters of the Rush River meander through the property at lower elevations and a sturdy trestle bridge on the paved driveway fords the river on the way to the house. A stone wall provides an inviting entrance. Harris Hollow Hill is nestled between larger parcels a stone’s throw from the borders of the Shenandoah National Park, thus affording complete privacy surrounded by nature, yet easy access to the outside world.
Telecom: Internet and television service is available via satellite or via Piedmont Broadband. There is limited cell phone coverage at this location. A land line is recommended.
Location: Harris Hollow Hill is located five minutes away from “Little” Washington, VA in Rappahannock County and is adjacent to the Shenandoah National Park at the Harris Hollow Trailhead. The property is 20 miles from Rt. 66 (Marshall exit 27) or 21 miles (Ft. Royal exit). Approximately 77 miles from Washington, DC. Travel time to downtown DC is 1 Hour 30 minutes (in low traffic situations). Approximately 1 hour 10 minutes to Dulles International Airport. 1 hour 10 minutes to Charlottesville. 20 minutes to Warrenton, 15 minutes to Front Royal.
Amenities: “Little” Washington, the county seat of Rappahannock County is the home of The Inn at Little Washington, Foster-Harris House, Tula’s, Ballards, and galleries and theater. Rappahannock County is a close-knit rural community with excellent theater, concerts, art galleries, wineries, and the Shenandoah National Park.