Located roughly 50 miles outside of D.C. proper, this Virginia country estate is on the market for wannabe lords and ladies with an asking price of $33,500,000. The manor, referred as Oakendale, was designed in 1934 by architect William L. Bottomley, an architect known for building grand Colonial homes. The estate comes with six bedrooms, six bathrooms, and 837 acres of rural Virginia land. Some of the biggest highlights of this listing include a stone guest cottage, nine-stall stable and barns, all-weather greenhouse, and original log cabin. The listing also comes with an office, pool, pool house, and garage/studio. The previous tenant was former philanthropist and conservationist Mary Sayles Booker Braga.