Historic Stonewall Jackson HQ on market for $12 million in Virginia

The 87-acre, 4-bedroom estate in Clarke County once served as the home of Civil War-era Gen. Stonewall Jackson.
Carter Hall's 87-acre property includes 14 buildings with "timeless gardens and landscapes."
A bedroom in Carter Hall is seen.
A kitchen in Carter Hall is pictured.
The house has a formal dining room.
Carter Hall has four bedrooms, and is capable of accommodating over 40 visitors.
A spiral stairwell in the estate's main building is seen with a chandelier hanging.
A guest bedroom in Carter Hall is seen.
Imagine the conversations that occurred over the years in this Carter Hall sitting room.
The view of the Virginia countryside from Carter Hall is stunning.
Carter Hall often hosts conferences and meetings, and can accommodate up to 42 overnight guests.
The future owner will be able to host a crowd at this bar.
The home has lots of room for entertaining.
One of Carter Hall's three bathrooms is seen.
The property has nine fireplaces.

WASHINGTON — Carter Hall, which once served as the headquarters for Civil War-era Gen. Stonewall Jackson, is on the market for $12 million.

The 87-acre Millwood, Virginia property includes a four-bedroom limestone manor built in 1797 by Lt. Col. Nathaniel Burwell.

The main house is flanked by two guesthouses that originally served as a school house and kitchen.

The property also includes 10 other structures, including a fully-intact greenhouse and several early wooden outbuildings.

Since 1978, Carter Hall has served as the headquarters for nonprofit Project HOPE, which said it wants to relocate closer to D.C.

The property is currently used for meetings and a conference center for corporate and private events, and has a capacity for up to 42 overnight guests.

Carter Hall is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It was the childhood home of Rachel “Bunny” Lambert Mellon, the wife of banking heir Paul Mellon.

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