One of the most significant historic estates in Virginia and certainly in the county of Albemarle, Castle Hill boasts both 18th and 19th century construction with the clapboard Georgian portion (c. 1764) and the brick Federal style portion (c. 1824) seamlessly married together by a spacious center hall. The home has been meticulously renovated to incorporate the history and integrity of those eras with today's modern convenience and amenities. Thomas Jefferson was a frequent visitor in his day. Formal gardens and perennial paths adorn the grounds, w/ a pool and pool house, guest cottage, detached garage, and a state of the art horse barn and dependencies. Under conservation easement to the Nature Conservancy.