Live Like Royalty at Charlottesville’s Rivanna Farm
This past August 19th, Huffington Post profiled a newly listed luxury Charlottesville, Virginia Property – Rivanna Farm. The gorgeous country property is listed by the top realtors in Charlottesville, VA -- Frank Hardy, Inc. The estate is spacious at 10,000 square feet and is set on 350 acres of rustic paradise. Huffington Post highlights its connection to royalty, which adds a historic element to the gorgeous upscale property. The home was originally built in 1859 and served as a secret rendezvous point for an affair between Prince Pierre of Monaco and Audrey Emery – an heiress and the wife of Russian Grand Duke Dmitri Pavlovich. It the 1980s, the royal residents continued with Swedish Count Goesta Archibald Douglas and Countess Margareta C.H. Douglas calling Rivanna Farm home.
The comfortable and luxurious Charlottesville property was also designed by famed French interior designer Stephane Boudin, who worked on the White House during the John F. Kennedy administration. This well-appointed country property boasts a riverfront location – the Rivanna River goes right through the property – and sprawling views of the Blue Ridge Mountains from the two-story Georgian-style manor house. It maintains its historic feel with elegant circular staircases and six functioning fireplaces, along with a spacious wine cellar. Yet, it has clearly been updated, with its own elevator, pool and separate pool house.
With two master suites and two guest suites, one can certainly live like royalty here. And with the property listed by the top Virginia realtors at FrankHardy, the possibility is within reach. If you are looking for luxury Charlottesville real estate, Rivanna Farm is a must-see country property. Contact Frank Hardy today, and have the best realtors in Charlottesville help with all of your luxury real estate needs.