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Ballenger Farm

Farm stay hosted by Elizabeth
8 guests4 bedrooms6 beds3.5 baths
Entire home
You’ll have the farm stay to yourself.
Elizabeth is a Superhost
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Great location
100% of recent guests gave the location a 5-star rating.
House rules
The host doesn’t allow pets, parties, or smoking.
Friendly goats and a beautiful historic home close to all the wineries and breweries in Loudoun county. The area available to guests is an 18th century Quaker-style colonial on a 12 acre farm.

The space
The farm is accessed via a private natural road. The picturesque property includes a barn, spring house, corn crib, and several streams and ponds. Outside, you can roam the property and visit with the ducks, chickens, and fainting goats; take in the view from the deck; or enjoy the flowers and fish pond in the courtyard.

Inside, the vibe is very "East meets West circa 1800" with a mix of classy antiques, funky vintage finds, and swoon-worthy East Asian pieces. In addition to the bathrooms and bedrooms, there is a living room with a fireplace, piano room that looks into the courtyard, dining room that comfortably sits 8 and less comfortably sits 12, kitchen with an island, a somewhat utilitarian laundry/mud room, and two staircases.

***please note that my parents live on the property in a house that is connected to the house you are staying at- there are no shared indoor spaces***

Guest access
The home includes an original stone section started in the mid-1700s and a brick section added in the mid-1900s. The entire stone section is open to guests, and has a separate private entry. The brick section is occupied year-round by my phenomenal parents, and is not open to guests.

Feel free to roam around and look at the outside of buildings on the property, however, they have not been fully restored inside so they are not safe for adventuring in.

Other things to note
The goats and chickens are very friendly and like to investigate new vehicles and folks. You can toss the chickens all kinds of snacks and feed the goats out of your hand :)

The house is 250 years old, so please understand old houses have quirks!

Parties or events not allowed.
Friendly goats and a beautiful historic home close to all the wineries and breweries in Loudoun county. The area available to guests is an 18th century Quaker-style colonial on a 12 acre farm.

The space
The farm is accessed via a private natural road. The picturesque property includes a barn, spring house, corn crib, and several streams and ponds. Outside, you can roam the property and visit wi…
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Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
1 queen bed
Bedroom 2
1 double bed
Bedroom 3
2 single beds

Amenities

Wifi
Air conditioning
Kitchen
Free parking on premises
Indoor fireplace
Heating
Washer
Dryer
Smoke alarm
Carbon monoxide alarm

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Hamilton, Virginia, United States

There are only two other houses down Ballenger Lane and neither are visible from the property. It's very peaceful.

A walking path connects Ballenger Farm to Patrick Henry College. If you have relatives, friends, or business there, it makes it a very quick commute!

We're also super close to the W&OD trail- guests have biked to our space from the trail on multiple occasions.

We’re right by the town of Purcellville which has so many quaint shops perfect for vintage goods and history lovers.

There’s about 15 wineries and breweries within 10 minutes of the farm.

Hosted by Elizabeth

Joined in May 2018
  • 95 Reviews
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  • Superhost
Check out more at #ballengerfarm, theballengerfarm on insta. I am living my best life working on Ballenger Farm and helping it achieve its full potential. This old farm is my passion! I live in Fairfax with my wonderful husband and our sweet toddler. We are homebodies with two cats that we are obsessed with :)
Check out more at #ballengerfarm, theballengerfarm on insta. I am living my best life working on Ballenger Farm and helping it achieve its full potential. This old farm is my passi…
Co-hosts
  • David
  • Mary Beth
During your stay
In Covid times you’re able to stay here free of any interaction with me and my cohost parents. You can reach us by phone if you need anything! Also, since the farm is owned by my darling parents you might see us working outside- and we'll probably give a little wave.
In Covid times you’re able to stay here free of any interaction with me and my cohost parents. You can reach us by phone if you need anything! Also, since the farm is owned by my d…
Elizabeth is a Superhost
Superhosts are experienced, highly rated hosts who are committed to providing great stays for guests.
  • Response rate: 100%
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Things to know

House rules
Check-in: After 3:00 PM
Checkout: 11:00 AM
Self check-in with keypad
No smoking
No pets
No parties or events
Health & safety
Airbnb's social-distancing and other COVID-19-related guidelines apply
Nearby lake, river, other body of water
Climbing or play structure
Carbon monoxide alarm
Smoke alarm
Cancellation policy