My place is close to: Family-friendly activities, Peaks of Otter Winery, D-day Memorial, Blue Ridge Parkway, Jefferson's Poplar Forest, Smith Mountain Lake, Roanoke, and Liberty University
You’ll love my place because of: The farm animals, pick your own fruit and cider in season, fishing ponds, hunting in season, wine tastings, creeks and trails, the views, the location, the coziness
My place is good for: Couples, business travelers, families (with kids), big groups, and furry friends (dogs).
. In the early 1900's, Elmo Johnson and his wife Freddie lived and raised their family in the house. They planted their first apple tree in 1919. The secluded home is in the middle of 250 acres of orchards, lush pastures, and shady woods. It is located a ½-mile from the nearest dwelling. It is surrounded by the animals that you would expect to find on a self-sufficient farm of that era. Animals include cattle, horses, burros, dogs, cats, pigs, goats, sheep, chickens, rabbits, and turkeys. From the first blossom of Spring, to creek wading in Summer, to the last crisp apple of Fall, to the snow-covered hills of Winter, there is a time for you to relax or be active. The property boasts 3 ponds for fishing, creeks for wading, "deer" trails for walking and hiking, and wonderful rolling land for cross-country skiing. There are breathtaking views in all directions for viewing or photographing. The home is 8 miles from the Blue Ridge Parkway and 7 miles from The National D-Day Memorial. On the farm is Peaks of Otter Winery which makes "Fruit of the Farm Wine."
Disponible para huéspedes
The whole 220 acre farm. Excluding any warning areas
Atención a los huéspedes
We are only a 1/2 mile away. Contact with any needs.
- All Taxes Included In Daily Rate Price
- On Site Weddings Additional Charge
- Events or parties with Approval only
- Children and Dogs count as additional guests
- No Cats
- Smoking allowed outdoors