The New York Times' latest What You Get For...column looks at million dollar houses and one in Virginia's Shenandoah Valley makes the list. The four bed/four bath house sits on twenty-seven acres and was built sometime in the late 1700s. Locally famous because a member of the Lewis and Clark expedition was born there, it mixes an old school set up (such as a fireplace in the master bedroom) with a few newfangled inventions, like a geothermal HVAC system. We have some shots of the house, but check out the NYT article for some pictures of the guest cottage that comes with the property.
Photos from Virginia Estates