Real Estate: The Albermarle

by Upscale Swagger on April 2, 2010

The Albemarle is an English country estate surrounded by history being neighbors to some of Virginia’s greatest and most important estates including Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello and James Monroe’s Ash Lawn-Highland. The home was built by philanthropist and wine maker Patricia Kluge and designed by world renowned architect/designer David Easton and his team of only the finest artisans and craftsmen.

Located in Charlottesvile, Virginia, the property spans out over 300+ acres of beautiful manicured lawns. Inside are a total of 45 rooms. Some unique amenities you can find at the lavish estate are a 18-hole Golf Course, Barn, Pool House, Guest House, Log Cabin, Greenhouse and several staff cottages. The Albemarle was originally listed at $100 million but got a huge price drop to $48 million.

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