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The "What You Get For..." Column Takes A Spin Through Virginia

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.

· Listing: Colter Farm [VirginiaEstates]
· Real Estate For...$1 Million [NYT]

Photos from Virginia Estates