In Green Plains in Mathews County, Va., an estate rich with historical significance and counting some of America’s most striking political families as owners and former owners is set to hit the auction block.
Once owned by the famed Cabot family, the Green Plains Estate is currently owned by the daughter of Augustus C. Long, Chairman of the Board of Texaco. This 617-acre, waterfront estate is located at the mouth of the Chesapeake Bay, within 30 miles of America’s Historic Triangle (Williamsburg, Jamestown, Yorktown), in close proximity to Richmond, Va., and Washington, D.C. The property was most recently listed for approximately $12 million.
The property exhibits impeccable vision and detail. This amazing piece of history rests on over two picturesque miles of pristine water frontage. The mansion house is approximately 7,000 square feet spread across seven bedrooms and six bathrooms, and is accompanied by five charming Cape Cod-style bungalows. One equestrian barn, and one hay barn with 15 flexible stalls, are included as part of the sale.
For more information on the historic Green Plains Estate, visit www.greenplainsauction.com.