Aldie manor, once a Civil War statehouse, completes $4M renovation
The Manor at Courtland Farm in Aldie has completed a $4 million investment to upgrade the 100-acre estate in Northern Virginia’s wine country.
The property was sold to private investors in December 2015 for $1.92 million, according to listing service Bright MLS.
The 10,000-square-foot manor, once used as a Civil War government statehouse, has six guest rooms, plus a cottage, including two junior suites and one presidential suite. The $4 million property-wide renovation, included a complete makeover of guest rooms and public spaces.