Hillcrest is a spectacular Victorian Farmhouse (built in 1907) that sits on 5 acres and overlooks the entire northern end of the Warm Springs Valley. The home was completely renovated in 2006 but retains all of the authentic architectural details and and the charm of a bygone era. The home is just a short walk away from the Village of Warm Springs and 3.5 milles from The Homestead resort. Perfect for large families or executive retreats, the exquisitely appointed home features a gourmet kitchen, informal and formal dining room, two parlors and several working gas fireplaces, five luxurious bedrooms (with a master suite both on the first and second levels), four and a half baths, and covered porches for outdoor entertaining. The den and entertainment area has a large screen tv with a custom made pool table. The outdoor patio has a hot tub in which you can relax and take in some of the most gorgeous views the Warm Springs Valley has to offer.
Guests who stay at Hillcrest have access to the Homestead Preserve's Old Dairy Community Center’s facilities, which include an outdoor swimming pool, spa with hot tub, fitness center, game room as well as complimentary use of Mountain Bikes, Fly-fishing equipment, and Hike Packs to use on the Homestead Preserve hiking trails.
Nearby is The Homestead Resort in Hot Springs, which offers 3 premier golf courses, riding, skiing, sporting clays and much more.
Just 20 minutes away is Lake Moomaw, a gorgeous 12 mile lake with 44 miles of shoreline. Nestled in the George Washington National Forest, this lake fed by the Jackson River offers fishing, hunting, trails, swimming, beaches, and boating.
Trout fishing on the Jackson and Cowpasture River is also nearby as well as Garth Newel Music Center.
Hot Springs, located in Bath County VA, is one of the special vacation spots left in this country. Bath County is home to the world famous Homestead Resort, 1.5 hours west of Charlottesville in the Alleghany Mountains. Over 60% of the county consists of National and State Parks. Outdoor activites abound including taking a dip in the Jefferson Pools which are named after Thomas Jefferson who traveled to Warm Springs to take the waters!
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