Orlean House – The 220-Year-Old Country Estate That Defines Virginia Village


In 1795, as the village of Orlean was emerging, the foundation was laid for a clapboard and stone landmark known as Orlean House. Today, it is the heart of an 18-acre wonderland lovingly preserved and restored by artisans yet unspoiled by time.

Orlean House offers its next residents over 5,000 square feet of luxurious living including:

  • Wide plank pine floors throughout with original mahogany paneling, restored fireplaces and bookcases
  • A sunny kitchen features custom cabinetry made from antique wood imported from England and commercial grade appliances
  • Four bedrooms including a Master with gas fireplace, two closets and comfortable seating areas
  • Exercise room, study, library and breakfast room

An 18-acre Retreat in the Virginia Countryside

Featured in the Spring 2014 issue of Home & Design, a new landscaping design by one of the country’s leading landscape architects, Richard Arentz, with wonderful views of the Blue Ridge Mountains from the lush gardens and lawns surrounding the houses to the tennis court and paddocks above.

Just listed at $2,495,000, Orlean House is a rare ownership opportunity. Be sure to take the tour.

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