The Hague-Hough House40120 Bond StreetWaterford, VA 20197Offered at $2,599,000WASHINGTONFINE PROPERTIES, LLC
This exceptional estate overlooks the entire village of Waterford, VA in the Catoctin Valley of Loudon County. Waterford,named after the village in Ireland where many of its founding members had once lived, is 47 miles northwest of Washington,DC and 7 miles northwest of Leesburg. The entire village and surrounding countryside is a National Historic Landmark.The Hague-Hough House, named for the two original builders of the main dwelling on the property, is one of the most well knownand beautiful homes in the village of Waterford. The original stone cottage, which is the eastern side of the home, was the home ofFrancis Hague and built circa 1747 reminiscent of the stone cottages in Ireland. In 1790, the brick Colonial façade was built by WilliamHough. The residence has been carefully restored to the last detail including reproduced paint colors for décor throughout the interiorof the original home. A gracious Reception Hall runs from the front to the back of the house with large doors mirroring one anotherto the Front and Rear Gardens.
The main principal rooms of the home spill off of the Hall, including twin Parlors with fireplaces, a banquet sized DiningRoom with beautiful built-in cabinets flanking a large fireplace, and a Birthing Room – a common fixture of a Quaker house.The Hyphen leads from the Dining Room to the Stone Cottage, with a pass through and two steps down to a Kitchen. TheStone Cottage is rich with history and makes for a quiet, rustic retreat in this country home with a large stone hearth fireplace.The Upper Two Levels of the residence include 6 Bedrooms and 3 Full baths, including a large Master Suite with DressingArea, Laundry Closet, and private Bath. Just off of the Master Suite is a Sitting Room, which was originally the second levelof the Stone Cottage. The restoration has preserved the original heart-of-pine wide board floors, thresholds and doors,original plaster walls of Main and Second Level, woodwork with original paint colors, and fireplaces with hand carved mantlesamong many other details. The Root Cellar has been converted into utility, storage, and laundry space; and a full Bath.The rest of the impressive property has a large brick Terraced area off of the main level for al fresco dining and entertainingwhich utilize the sprawling pastures and hills as a dramatic back drop. A pathway from the Terrace leads to a large pool witha pool deck and a chicken coup which has been converted into a large pool house with changing areas and two full Baths.The grounds also include an Ice House, Smoke House, and a large Barn with tenant apartment. All of these impressivebuildings are all a part of the 72+/- acre estate which has an easement to prevent future development.
FEATURES AND AMENITIESMAIN LEVEL• Reception Hall with bell jar hanging light, fold backstaircase to Upper Level, and door at rear of Hall to RearGarden. Floor is covered by an oil painted cloth which isthe type commonly used in the late 18th century.• Doors from the Reception Hall lead into twin parlors.The front Parlor has wall-to-wall carpet (with hardwoodunderneath), chair rail molding, 3 windows, fireplace withhand carved wooden mantle and brick hearth, and a doorinto the rear parlor. The rear Parlor has chair railmolding, 2 windows, and a fireplace with hand carvedwooden mantle and brick hearth.• Dining Room with brass chandelier, chair rail molding,2 windows, and an impressive wall of built-in cabinetrysurrounds a large fireplace with wooden mantle and brickhearth. Doorway in the Dining Room leads into theresidence’s Birthing Room.• Birthing Room is off of the rear of the Reception Hall andthe Dining Room. This space was a traditional room tohave in a Quaker household. It was where childbirthoccurred in the household; also, it was a place where theyarn rack was stored for weaving. This room now couldbe used as a Morning Room or informal Dining Room.It has chair rail molding, 1 window, and a fireplace withhand carved mantle, brick hearth, and flanked bybuilt-in cabinetry.• The Hyphen leads from the Dining Room to the stepdownKitchen, the Stone Cottage (Family Room) sectionof the home, and an additional front door to the Garden.• The step-down Kitchen has chandelier, pass-through withshutters to hallway, door to rear terrace, Subzerorefrigerator, Caloric 4-burner gas range oven, Kitchenaiddishwasher, built-in General Electric microwave oven.• Stone Cottage (Family Room) with white washed stonewalls, beamed ceiling, door to side garden, large hearthfireplace, and door to stairs leading to upstairsSitting Room.SECOND LEVEL• Staircase with runner carpet from Main Level ReceptionHall leads to Central Landing with 4 Bedrooms.• The Master Suite has a large Bedroom with chair railmolding, 2 reading lamps, 2 windows, steps down into adressing room, and a full Bath.• Second Bedroom with chair rail molding, 3 windows,fireplace with hand carved mantle and brick hearth, and atiled Bath with tub shower.• Third Bedroom with chair rail molding, window, built-incabinets and shelving, and pegs for hanging.• Fourth Bedroom with chair rail molding, 2 windows, andpegs for hanging.• Full hall Bath with tile floor, tile wall, and tub shower.• Sitting Room with exposed stone wall; this room is off ofthe Master Suite.
THIRD LEVEL• Staircase with runner carpet from Second Level Landingleads to Central Landing with 2 Bedrooms, skylights,and sconces.• Fifth Bedroom with wall-to-wall carpet, exposed brickwalls, and double door closet with built-in shelving.• Sixth Bedroom with beamed ceiling, wall-to-wall carpet,double door closet, and windows with built-in shutters.• Full tiled Bath with tiled floor, tile wall, and tub shower.LOWER LEVEL• Storage with Maytag washer and dryer.• Full tiled Bath.GROUNDS• Brick Terrace of the rear of the Main Level overlookingall of the grounds.• Pool and Pool Deck• Pool House with changing areas, two full baths, storageareas, and pool equipment.• Ice House• Barn with tenant apartment.• Lot Size: 73.3059 Acres of rolling hills and pastures.MISCELLANEOUS• Stone Cottage built circa 1742 and the red brick façadewas built in 1790.• Bedrooms: 6; Bathrooms: 4 Full• Wide Board/Random Width Heart-of-Pine Floorsthroughout residence unless otherwise noted.• Heating: 3-Zoned Gas Heating• Cooling: 3-Zoned Electric Central Air Conditioning• 2012 Taxes: $8,950• Tax ID: 303368789000• Advertised Subdivision:• Please contact Listing Agents/See Disclosures for allexclusions and other details.• Property to convey in As-Is Condition.OFFERED AT $2,599,000KEVIN KEANEDirect 540-454-0905Kevin.Keane@wfp.comCAROLE MILLERDirect 540-729-7896Carole.Miller@wfp.comWILLIAM F. X. MOODYROBERT HRYNIEWICKIADAM RACKLIFFEDirect 202-243-1620WilliamFX.Moody@wfp.comRobert.H@wfp.comAdam.Rackliffe@wfp.comThis material is based upon information which we consider reliable, but because it has been provided by third parties,we cannot represent that it is accurate or complete, and it should not be relied upon as such. This offering is subject toerrors, omissions, changes, including price, or withdrawal without notice.
KEVIN KEANEDirect 540-454-0905Kevin.Keane@wfp.comCAROLE MILLERDirect 540-729-7896Carole.Miller@wfp.comWILLIAM F. X. MOODYROBERT HRYNIEWICKIADAM RACKLIFFEDirect 202-243-1620WilliamFX.Moody@wfp.comRobert.H@wfp.comAdam.Rackliffe@wfp.comOFFERED AT $2,599,000This material is based upon information which we consider reliable, butbecause it has been provided by third parties, we cannot represent that it isaccurate or complete, and it should not be relied upon as such. Thisoffering is subject to errors, omissions, changes, including price, orwithdrawal without notice.© 2013 HomeVisitWashingtonFineProperties.com 3201 New Mexico Avenue N.W., #220Washington, DC 20016202-944-5000