It’s January, so you know what that means– it’s time for our annual look back at the most expensive homes sold in Loudoun County. This year, we also published a special Decade Edition of our series. None of the homes on the 2019 list made the decade’s top 10, but it was actually a very busy year for the luxury market in Loudoun, with 13 homes selling in the $2 million and up price range. (Our yearly average for the last decade has only been 9.5 sales in that price bracket.)
This year, we don’t have much diversity in our top five, with three of the homes on the same street in the Creighton Farms community, and two western Loudoun properties on large acreage. While money may not be able to buy you happiness, it can certainly get you some fantastic real estate! Enjoy taking a peek, and let us know which one is your favorite:
#5: 22501 Creighton Farms Drive, $2.75 million
Built in 2019 by Apex Custom Homes, this French-inspired beauty has nearly 9,000 finished square feet and ample luxury finishes. The master bedroom is on the main level, the chef’s kitchen has a custom wine room tucked to the side, and the finished basement is perfect for entertaining. The 3.4 acre lot affords panoramic views of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Listing agent was Frances Baroody of TTR Sothebys International Realty.
#4: 22469 Creighton Farms Drive, $2.85 million
Our second Creighton Farms home on the list was also new construction, with 7400 finished square feet and built by Novella homes. The home featured tons of windows and high ceilings, flooding the rooms with sunlight. Other details include a first floor master suite, private wine cellar, and stone patio. Scott Timmermans of Creighton Realty represented both the seller and the buyer.
#3: 22662 Creighton Farms Drive, $2.93 million
This Apex Custom Homes beauty in Creighton Farms is one of the largest we’ve seen, with over 14,000 square feet of living space: 8 bedrooms, 7 full baths, and 3 half baths on 3.32 acres. Amenities include a main level master with fireplace and private balcony, an art gallery and music room, a second level family room, and gym and sport court in the basement. Jeddie Busch of CB Residential was the listing agent, and the buyer was represented by Tom Campbell of Fathom Realty.
#2: Boulder Crest Estate, $3.3 million
Boulder Crest Estate was built in 1913, on 134 acres near Bluemont. The stone manor house has two adjoining cottages and was remodeled to create a traditional British feel. The property is an outdoor lover’s dream, with 100 private hunting acres, a shooting range, and custom hunting cabin. Ryan Clegg of Atoka Properties was the listing agent, and Colleen Gustavson of Hunt Country Sotheby’s represented the purchaser.
And the most expensive home sold in Loudoun in 2019:
#1: Tempi Creek Farm in Upperville, $3.75 million
Built in 2008, this Upperville home is a quintessential equestrian property. The home itself is stunning, with over 9,000 finished square feet, chef’s kitchen, main level master suite (with clawfoot bathtub) and sunroom. The finished basement has the amenities we expect for a luxury property: wet bar, media room, and exercise room. But the property itself is unique: the equestrian facilities, two different gated entrances, 7 stall barn, both outdoor and covered arenas, numerous paddocks, and a European walker. The property was listed by C21 New Millennium’s Scott Bush, and the buyer was represented by Shannon Casey of Atoka Properties.
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