Seven Springs Farm
Sam Snead Highway
Hot Springs, VA
Named for the natural springs flowing through this 47-acre farm property, Seven Springs Farm is nestled 2700 feet high in the Allegheny Mountains, just one mile south of Hot Springs in Bath County, Virginia. Best known as the birthplace and lifelong home of legendary golfer Sam Snead. Hot Springs is indeed a distinctive Virginia getaway.
Features And Amenities
The Seven Springs farmhouse is built in traditional colonial architecture, indigenous to the Shenandoah Valley and Allegheny Highlands. It consists of more than 5.000 square feel of updated living space on 3 floors with 5 spacious bedrooms and 3 1/2 baths. Porches and outdoor decks are ideal for outdoor living and entertaining.
The large, sunny country kitchen and living and dining rooms are focal points of the home, and a well-appointed laundry room with a spacious linen closet is conveniently located on the second floor. The full basement encompasses approximately 2,000 square feet, 1,000 of which is finished living space – great for a family, game, or media room. A single-car garage, mechanical and storage rooms comprise the unfinished area of the basement. Seven Springs Farm equestrian facilities consist of fenced and gated pastures on 28 acres.
Two barns are on the property – the oldest barn on the property is perfect for storage, and the newer 7-stall horse barn includes a tack room, half-bath and its own septic system. This 2400 square-foot barn with an attached porch is connected to spring water for irrigation and animal use. An attractively fenced, large riding ring is located just across from the farmhouse for enjoyable viewing Miles of horseback riding trails in the George Washington National Forest are directly accessible from the farm property.
Seven Springs Farm is designed for casual comfort, family gathering enjoyment, and Southern hospitality, and an ideal place to play, relax and rejuvenate in the clear, cool Allegheny Mountain air. Centrally located off of the Sam Snead Memorial Highway, Route 220, Seven Springs Farm is an easy 4 to 6 hour drive from Washington, DC, Baltimore, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Columbus, Ohio, and Charlotte, NC.
Offering all of the benefits of small town America (2010 Census: 738), Hot Springs is home to the Omni Homestead Resort located just 1 mile from Seven Springs Farm. The historic resort includes all of the amenities of a world class vacation destination: fine dining and shopping, spa, championship golf courses, tennis, hiking, riding trails, stables and carriage rides, trap and skeet shooting, fly fishing, swimming, and an alpine ski resort.
For Golfers, the Omni Homestead golf courses test all skill levels. The Old Course whose first tee is the oldest in continuous use in the United States was built in 1892 and expanded to 18 holes in 1901. The Cascades Course is ranked among the top 100 U.S. courses by both Golf Digest and Golf magazines. It has hosted numerous USGA championships including the U.S. Men’s and Women’s Amateurs, the U.S. Women’s Open, the U.S. Mid-Amateur, and the 2004 NCAA Men’s Championship. Sam Snead was once quoted as saying “If you can play the Cascades, you can play anywhere.”
The Omni Homestead Ski Resort is the second oldest alpine ski resort in the Southern United States. Its slope is serviced by 3 ski lifts, including a double chairlift which accesses the intermediate and advance terrain at the top of the hill and 2 surface lifts which serve beginner ski runs at the bottom. It also offers a half-pipe and a terrain park for skiers and snowboarders, and a variety of other winter activities including snow tubing, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing and snowmobile tours.
The Bath Community Hospital, located less than one mile from Seven Springs Farm, has a licensed capacity of 25 beds for acute or skilled care and provides 24 hour emergency services as well as a select range of diagnostic and rehabilitative services and specialty clinics. And, Hot Springs has a public use airport with a 5600 foot runway.
Sq Ft: 5,000
Lot Size: 47.25 acres
Property Type: Single-family
Architectural Style: Farmhouse
Location Type: Mountain
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