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House of the week: Loudoun County’s oldest Christmas tree farm


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This week’s house of the week is, well, a farm. This Christmas tree farm in Middleburg comes with an estimated 70,000 trees on 127 acres of land.

The Christmas tree farm, the oldest in Loudoun County, is open every weekend between Thanksgiving and Christmas. Tree sales provide enough income to maintain the farm year-round, said listing agent Nancy Itteilag of Long & Foster.

The four-bedroom house on the property was built by its current owners 20 years ago, and features a balcony, hot tub and more than 4,000 square feet of living space. A fish pond, barn and dovecote round out the property.

The property, which is being offered for $5.5 million, has been on the market since October.

Web site: Middleburg Christmas Tree Farm

Related: Last week’s House of the Week

Profile: Middleburg, Va.

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Abha Bhattarai is a business reporter for The Washington Post. She has previously written for The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Reuters and the St. Petersburg Times.

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