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The resort is surrounded by 340 idyllic acres, and the historic village of Middleburg.
By Samantha Coles | April 8 2021
The award-winning Salamander Resort & Spa in Virginia is now the location for a sparkling new residential development. The resort is surrounded by 340 idyllic acres, and the historic village of Middleburg (which dates back to 1787) is a short stroll away. There are 49 estate homes to choose from, split into two charming neighborhoods: The Stables and The Vineyards (named for the traditional horse farms and many wineries in the area). Both spots are surrounded by dreamy bucolic scenes and protected old-growth forestry, and have the Blue Ridge Mountains as a scenic backdrop. The homes range in size from 3,500 to 5,500 sq ft, with 0.4 to 1.3 acres of homesite. The interiors favor classic manor-house style with French oak flooring, quartzite and black slate countertops, lofty high ceilings, expansive windows and spacious indoor/outdoor living spaces. As a resident, you’ll also have access to Salamander’s miles of hiking and biking trails, indoor and outdoor pools, a zip-line course, tennis courts and a putting green.
Price from $2.2m