23 Quail Hill Ln, Flint Hill, VA 22627, USA

$1,585,000· Estates (Sold)

Woodlawn is what happens when you combine an historic gem of a house with a truly breathtaking setting.  A stunning restoration of a nearly 220 year old home transported over 150 miles to its present location at the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains.   The house fits in perfectly to the landscape and the resulting estate is the perfect weekend escape from city cares, or a full time refugee in a sophisticated country locale.


While Woodlawn boasts an 18th century exterior and interior, it is seamlessly integrated with 21 century comforts and technology.  The exacting restoration made sure that energy efficiency and custom features are as critical to this house as is the meticulous attention given to historical details.  The restoration is featured in numerous publications, including Custom Home, Preservation, Chesapeake Home, and The Washington Post.   A short film about the restoration can be viewed here.


Main Level
  • Entry/Dining Hall  (29 x 11) –  The wide side hall provides enough room for an entry way, staircases to upper and lower floors, a generous dining area, and access to the back porch.
  • Kitchen (13 x 22)  –  Custom cabinetry that blends seamlessly with the 18th century interiors hides state-of-the-art appliances such as Sub Zero refrigerator and Miele dishwasher.   A large fireplace, Viking range, hidden pantry and granite counters complete the room.
  • Living Room (15 x 22) –  Well proportioned room overlooking stunning views.  Large fireplace and historic detailing throughout.
  • Back Porch (30 x 10) –  Spanning the entire length of the house, this covered porch has mahogany flooring and is perfect for outdoor entertaining.
Second Floor
  • Hall (Master) Bath –  Generous proportions and original wainscoting.  Double vanity sinks, large shower and large soaking tub.
  • Master Bedroom (15 x 22) –  Well proportioned room with fireplace and original wainscoting.
  • Office/Sitting Room (13 x 22) – Well proportioned room opening to hallway and master bedroom with fireplace and original wainscoting.
Upper Level
  • Hall Bath –  Glass shower stall and terrazzo tiling.
  • Dormer Bedroom (11.5 x 15.5) – Cozy room with dormer windows and generous closet space.
  • Eaves Bedroom (20 x 16) –  Large room with wide plank floors and plenty of light.  Can be used as an office or studio.
Lower Level
  • Mud Room/Laundry (20 x 18) –  Large room with separate walk-out entrance.  Terra cotta tile flooring, expansive cabinetry and counters, separate laundry closet.   Great space for hobbies or wine.
  • Bedroom (11 x 20) –  Terra cotta flooring, fireplace.
  • Hall Bath – Terra cotta tiling, tub/shower combo.
REsidence Photos


The 30 acres surrounding Woodlawn are an arborist’s dream.  Great care has been taken to frame the stunning mountain views, leave open space for a hayfield, and create a spectacular arboretum of specimen trees.   A shimmering pond with a swimming dock is in the foreground of spectacular mountain views.   A complete catalog of trees planted on the property can be found here.   The property is eminently suitable for horses or small livestock, with nearly 20 acres of graze-able land.

Grounds PHOTOS


Telecom:  Woodlawn boasts excellent cell phone coverage from all major networks.

Location:  Woodlawn is located off of Jericho Road in Rappahannock County near Flint Hill, mid-way between Rt. 647 (Cresthill Road) and Rt. 522 (Zachary Taylor Hwy).   Woodlawn is 15 miles from Rt. 66 (Marshall exit 27) or 17 miles (Ft. Royal exit).  Approximately 65 miles from Washington, DC.  Travel time to downtown DC is 1 Hour 15 minutes (in low traffic situations).  Approximately 45-60 minutes to Dulles International Airport.  1 hour 15 minutes to Charlottesville.  20 minutes to Warrenton, 10 minutes to Front Royal.   Woodlawn is in Old Dominion Hounds foxhunting territory.

Amenities: The nearby village of Flint Hill boasts three restaurants, Skyward Cafe, The Public House, and The Griffin Tavern.  “Little” Washington, the county seat is the home of The Inn at Little Washington and shops and theater.  Rappahannock County is a close-knit rural community with excellent theater, concerts, art galleries, wineries, and the Shenandoah National Park.   Equestrian pursuits (fox-hunting, trail riding, dressage) are very popular.

MLS# RP10089564





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