The captivating farm called Willwyn oozes all the charm of horse country. Nestled down a dead-end road sits this property of rolling, open pastures anchored by a meticulously restored 1700's stone main house, along with a log and stone guest house, bank barn, fenced paddocks and a pond. Steeped in history, this area of Western Loudoun was renowned for its rich agricultural land and sought-after for raising both crops and livestock. Willwyn Farm was no exception. Originally part of a 655-acre land grant, Quaker families came and settled here building what was the original three-room house that remains part of the main house. In 1999, the current owners set out to create an exquisite masterpiece with spectacular architectural designs and features. They began restoring the main house and property all while carefully honoring its historical past. An old corn crib has been adapted for re-use as a garage. Today, friends, guests and family enter the 21-acre compound through stone gate posts to the welcoming and stately circa 1780 stone main house which is now more than 5,300 square feet of exquisitely updated living spaces. Timeless features remain such as the walnut 3-story staircase, heart pine flooring, a solid marble mantel piece, five fireplaces with one believed to have been the original cooking stove. In addition, meticulous care was taken to install custom made windows to replace all throughout the main residence. Modern conveniences include a chef's kitchen with granite and high-end appliances, updated baths and a massive 3rd floor walk-in closet. The current owners more recently restored a 2-bedroom log and stone guest house for those friends and family that will visit this memorable farm. Other outbuildings include a renovated 9-stall bank barn with a wash stall. This barn has the original silo and offers plenty of space above for storage. Or it could redesigned to become be a studio or party barn. Great entertainment spaces include a covered back porch along with a rear flagstone terrace with table space surrounded by mature landscaping and a Koi Pond with a year round waterfall. Other important features added include FIOS high-speed internet to the main house and guest house and a back up generator. Located in the heart of horse county, Willwyn Farm provides easy access to Middleburg and Purcellville, along with Dulles International Airport and downtown Washington, D.C.