MLS® ID: VALO405988
40004 CATOCTIN VIEW LANE
LOVETTSVILLE, Virginia, 20180 $999,000
This lovely all brick custom home is located in a small enclave of homes in the private neighborhood of River's Edge. As the name implies, the home provides 180 degree views of the Potomac River and the property includes roughly 500 feet of river frontage. This property consists of 19.97 acres and includes a barn, riding ring and full complement of paddocks. The home's two- story foyer opens to 4,802 square feet of living space on three finished levels. The main floor offers a family room with a stone, wood-burning fireplace and a wall of windows that showcase the river views. Open to the family room, the large updated kitchen provides access to the deck with sweeping vistas. A living room with a vaulted ceiling, formal dining room, office and laundry room complete the main level. Enjoy the view from the owner's suite in the sitting area with wood-burning fireplace or relax in the spacious bath with double vanities, a soaking tub, and stand-alone shower. An additional four bedrooms, one with a Jack and Jill bath, plus a hall bath complete the second level. The lower level includes a large recreation room with wet bar, billiard area, exercise room and guest room with a full bath and storage room. Completely secluded, yet just 2.5 miles from the MARC train and approximately hour to Baltimore or Washington, D.C. Bring your horses or just enjoy the serenity and spectacular views. Located in the heart of Loudoun County, Lovettsville is a quintessential small town that is located just 15 miles west of the county seat of Leesburg. Lovettsville was founded by 18th century German settlers who moved into the Loudoun Valley to cultivate its mineral rich soil. A staple of the town still today, Lovettsville honors its Germanic ancestry with an annual Oktoberfest and spring festival. Agriculture remains a core pillar in Lovettsville, as its surrounding rolling hills are home to many of Virginia's finest vineyards, organic produce farms and free-range cattle ranches. Exceptional schools, historic sites, destination restaurants, steeplechase racing, twilight polo, wine festivals, and country fairs are just a few of the reasons Loudoun County is ranked the number one place to live in America. Once you experience the celebrated Virginia Horse and Wine County, you'll want to call it home.