Amazing opportunity to own 2+ acres in the heart of Chantilly! Close to Dulles Airport, minutes from Wegmans and fabulous restaurants and shopping. Don't miss the drone footage in the virtual tour of this historic and filled with tradition property.
Situated on the crest of a long, high ridge running north and south, about midway
between Chantilly and Centreville in the western part of Fairfax County, stands one of the oldest
houses in Northern Virginia, the original, historic LEETON, ancestral home of the Turbervilles.
The site for the old house was well chosen as it is known for its magnificent view, said to be one of the longest and finest in Fairfax County. Situated as it is, on a high ridge facing west, it commands a sweeping view of the countryside over a valley to the Bull Run Mountains and beyond, a total distance of approximately 35 miles to the famed Blue Ridge Mountains.
LEETON is a tall, 8-room, center-hall, two-story, frame, colonial dwelling with three
huge outside chimneys 40 ft. high, six fireplaces, with much of the original floor, trim and doors
and with large hand-hewn oak timbers in the basement. It was the home of the Turbervilles in
Fairfax County and is the only old place in the County mentioned in a book entitled “Historic
Northern Neck of Virginia” published in the early 1930’s by H. Ragland Eubank.
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