Middleburg Project


This projects was a sprawling 61 acre eclectic Tuscan style estate named Fidelio after Beethoven's opera of the same name. This project is located in the rolling hills of the Virginia country side. This house was also featured in Home & Design Magazine in the Spring 2004 Issue.

A long curving driveway leads to a court yard and front entrance. As you enter the home, reclaimed 17th century stone imported from Europe covers the foyer and corridors. Arches and niches break up the expanses of walls. The house features a formal living room, library, family room, informal dining room, kitchen, great room, offices, master suite and more.

The library features a domed ceiling with painted images of the heavens and earth. The family room features a timbered ceiling and stone walls. Reclaimed wide plank antique red oak floors with worm holes dating back over 100 years contrast with stone in the corridors. The formal dining room features an elaborate coffered ceiling. Stone fireplaces from European mansions where taken apart and shipped to Virginia for us to reinstall.

The property also features a pool house with an exercise room, outdoor pool, tennis courts, a large studio building used to store the client's art work and a guest house that now acts as the client's offices.
Halfway Road House
“chest” — Amy Woltin
Halfway Road House
“interesting stair well/balustrades” — nholzhauer
Halfway Road House
“whoa!” — dollie
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