Interior by Ingrid Plein Interior Design
This gorgeous property has been tastefully restored (with interiors by Ingrid Plein Interior Design), from preserving the original faux painting to the extensive woodwork throughout the spacious rooms. Since 1890, this Flemish-bond farmhouse has been one of Page County’s most significant homes and is surrounded by 270 acres of farmland enrolled under a permanent conservation easement. From the house, views of Massanutten Mountain provide a gorgeous backdrop perfect for photographs of your special time at the farm.
The White House Farm is conveniently located near Luray Caverns, the Shenandoah National Park, George Washington National Forest and is right on the banks of the Shenandoah River. In fact, there is nearly one mile of river frontage providing recreational access, complete with mowed walking paths and a river trail perfect for relaxing strolls. The river trail is part of the 52 acre nature park, an ecological study area with native warm season grasses and wildflowers – a photographer’s dream!
With five large bedrooms on the second floor, there is plenty of space. A shared bath separates the four bedrooms in the main part of the house and the master bedroom has its own full bath. Downstairs, two sitting rooms and the entertainment room provide areas for relaxing with comfortable sofas and chairs. The large kitchen is well-suited for preparing meals with two Viking convection ovens, two dishwashers, a large gas range and spacious refrigerator. Your special meals can be enjoyed at the large farm table in the kitchen that seats ten or in the formal dining room with seating for eight.
Though the house is gorgeous, the gardens beckon visitors outdoors. The trees planted around the house are all Virginia native species and heirloom bulb beds spill over with color from blooming iris, daylilies, peonies and dahlias.
We plan to rent the house on a limited basis from April through October.