Located at 20385 Beaverdam Bridge Road in Purcellville, the Quaker-built Fieldstone Manor home was originally built in 1820 and sits on 33 acres, the listing by Washington Fine Properties says.
It's 5,542 square feet with five bedrooms and five bathrooms.
The estate itself is known as Butchers Run and boasts an 8-stall courtyard barn, a pool, a stone spring house, three-car garage, an exercise studio, and separate, secluded log cabin with two ponds.
Listing agent Shannon Gilmore says Duvall owned and lived in the home from 1985 to 1995, having put it up for sale in 1994. His sister-in-law at the time, realtor Yvonne Duvall, was the listing agent, Gilmore said citing an article in the "Washington Times."
"Butcher's Run has had many notable owners and is believed to have been a Quaker home where Friends would hold their meetings," Gilmore noted.
"There is a massive date stone in the chimney reading 1820, and the original fieldstone home was quite impressive for the time. The home is steeped in over 200 years of history!
" The current owners have lovingly cared for Butcher's Run, improving the property in many ways, cultivating new gardens, returning a meadow back to it's natural state with native plants and wildflowers, all while raising / Training dogs for CCI ( canine companions for Independence) and rescuing a menagerie of animals. Butcher's Run is now ready for its next chapter in history."
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