Classic Homes built this beautiful property (their Hampton model) in 2019 in Lee's Crossing, an equestrian community nestled in the Lucketts area (north of the incorporated town of Leesburg). Situated on a 10-acre lot, this property is surrounded by gorgeous farms, horses, and views of the Shenandoah River & Catoctin Mountains (note: 8.85 acres is in land use & the current owners grow hay, which is used by local farmers to care for animals). Several wineries and breweries are less than 10 minutes away, and conveniences like Ida Lee Rec Center (with tennis courts, indoor/outdoor pools and several other amenities) are close by. To the north, Point of Rocks (Maryland) is very close, offering access to hiking/biking along the C&O Canal, and quick access to the MARC Train. Under the home, there is a micropyle system, making it among the most stable homes in the area. Additionally, there is a French drain outside of the home, to ensure the basement stays dry! Inside, you will find almost 7,000 SQFT of finished space on the first two levels, with beautiful hardwoods in most of the first level living space. This home offers a separate entrance to a separate apartment/living area - perfect for an in-law suite, extended guest-dwelling, or apartment for a care-provider. The walk out basement has not been finished, but is plumbed and ready for the next owner to "make it their own". Per the neighborhood's declaration, additional structures may be built (such as barns and in-ground swimming pools), and additional outbuildings may have living apartments, subject to Loudoun County regulations, "but for the sole use of family members, guests, and/or hired help." Farm animals are allowed, per the Declaration (including horses, cows, goats, sheep and/or chickens).