Stonyhurst is an iconic Virginia stone manor house, sited on almost 95 acres of rolling hunt country, in conservation easement. When the current owners purchased the property, the house was in need of a complete renovation. They immediately commissioned the Washington D.C. architect, Donald Lococo, and lovingly and carefully returned it to its original splendor, while at the same time modernizing the underlying infrastructure. In the process, the renovation garnered two awards from the American Institute of Architecture. Meanwhile, Rosemary R. Howe Interiors, also of Washington D.C., was brought in to faithfully redesign the inside in such a way as to retain the character of this lovely old house, while infusing it with twenty first century conveniences. What we see today is a delightful American colonial revival country manor house, in pristine condition, centered on a large parcel of rolling land within a much sought after part of Virginia, yet within easy reach of the nation~s capital. The property may be subdivided once. As long as the smallest remaining lot is 25 acres or larger in size, another residential structure may be built on that lot. In fact, per the easement, a total of no more than six residential structures may be built or maintained on the full 94.36 acres. Stonyhurst is ideally suited for both equestrian pursuits and outdoors activities, as a principal residence or weekend escape. Middleburg is the fox hunting capital of America. The town itself dates to 1787 when it was founded as a staging point for weary travelers on the old trading route (now Route 50) between Winchester and the port of Alexandria.