Discover Virginia's Countryside


What Makes Rural Virginia So Special?

Convenient to Washington Dulles International Airport and Washington, DC, our area of rural Virginia is rich with history and best known for its equestrian culture. The Virginia countryside also offers fertile land ideal for food production, equestrian facilities, cattle farms, forestry and vineyards. For these reasons and more, people are eager to buy real estate in rural Virginia!

At Horse Farms & Country Homes, we understand the allure of Virginia's countryside. Let us be your guide to the area to help you find the best property in the perfect location.


Explore the Area


river flowing through rural area

Clarke County

Clarke County is a hidden gem in Virginia's countryside. The majestic Shenandoah River winds its way through the county on its way to the Potomac River, allowing residents to savor Clarke County's natural beauty from a kayak or canoe.


horse and rider following dogs on a fox hunt

Fauquier County

Life in Fauquier County centers around equestrian culture, as this area is home to the Virginia Gold Cup, International Gold Cup, Warrenton Horse Show, and the Upperville Horse Show, among other tournaments and horse races.


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Historic Middleburg

Middleburg is located within Loudoun County, the heart of Hunt Country. Thanks to local preservation efforts and conservation easements, Middleburg's historic charm and idyllic scenery has been protected for generations.


vineyard in rural area

Loudoun County

While it's one of the fastest-growing counties in the United States, Loudoun County still retains its rural charm. Historic homes, scenic parks, equestrian events, and wineries are among the county's many amenities.


cannon on a battlefield

Prince William County

Prince William County blends big-city conveniences with small-town charm. This area of Virginia's countryside is home to the expansive Prince William Forest Park and Manassas National Battlefield Park.


red barn on acres of farmland

Rappahannock County

Historic inns, local shops and services, horse farms, and acres of beautiful countryside dot the landscape in beautiful Rappahannock County. George Washington himself was so intrigued with the area that he helped establish the village of Washington, known locally as "Little Washington."


clouds over the mountains in the countryside

Warren County

Warren County is known for its gently rolling hills, beautiful mountain views, and plethora of things to do. Front Royal, the county seat, is a town that charms visitors and residents alike with its scenic Main Street, rich heritage, and natural beauty.


Own Your Own Slice of Heaven

At Horse Farms & Country Homes, we specialize in country properties from cottages, estates and horse farms to land and professional equestrian facilities. Let us help you achieve your goals! Contact us at 703.966.9480 and let's talk.


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