Cleremont Farm is an assemblage of three contiguous farms (Cleremont, Ross and Bellefields) placed in easement with Virginia Outdoors Foundation. From Trappe Road, the Ross Farm runs west past fenced fields up the Blue Ridge Mountains to Blue Ridge Mountain Road, providing an eastern slope with elevations of 600’- 1700’. A stately Georgian-style home designed by architect Billy Dew and built in 1993 is sited high on the slope of the Blue Ridge where one enjoys spectacular views. Cleremont is on the east side of Trappe Road with wonderful fields, Jeffries Branch, 3 ponds and a Federal-style manor house, listed on the Historic Register, c. 1820. The bucolic setting, for this historic home is heightened by majestic trees and a long drive entering past 2 serene ponds. This charming 4-bedroom home offers gracious room sizes and spectacular views in all directions. To the back and side of this home is a 25’ x 50’ swimming pool, original Patent House (now guest house), c. 1760, office, 3 car garage and beautiful gardens. The third farm Bellefields offers a 3 bedroom tenant house, hay barns, fenced fields, riding trails and a significant stand of hardwoods easily accessed by a private section of Piney Swamp Road. This portion of the farm is adjacent to Newstead Farm. Cleremont is extraordinary, and thoughtfully cared for by 3 generations of the current owner’s family dedicated to creating a healthy environment for all of its inhabitants. With its convenience to Washington, D.C., Dulles International Airport, and the Interstates of I-81 and I-66, the options afforded by this farm with its size and different terrains are unparalleled in this area.