The Main House

The ~14,000 sq. ft. main house was built using old world craftsmanship and materials and modern luxury following the “New Old House” tenants of Russell Versachi. Throughout this custom home, exceptional attention was taken to incorporate period-correct details against a backdrop of reclaimed wood and antique stone. It is this level of layered detail that enables Someday Farm to sit softly in the landscape – just like the numerous “real” historic homes that are abound in central Virginia’s hunt country. Its historic Virginia look is so authentic, that the most common question visitors ask is: ‘Which is the new part?’. In fact, it is all new construction with modern amenities. For more information please click here: The Main House at Someday Farm.

Someday Farm

Welcome to Someday Farm, a 287.26 acre estate just 30 minutes from CHO. The property includes a main house, three ponds, fenced hay fields, barns, run in sheds, tack room and self-contained room for food prep with stainless steel counters and walk-in meat/food cooler, geothermal air conditioning and redundant heating systems which include wood burners. The farm is surrounded by woods on all sides providing 360 degree privacy and supporting extensive wildlife.   

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Aerial Photo of farm including home, ponds and outbuildings.

The Piedmont

Someday Farm is located a quick 25 minute drive from Charlottesville Albemarle Airport and all the conveniences of Charlottesville, including the University of Virginia and JPJ Arena.  

Someday Farm is located in desirable Orange County – all of the benefits of Charlottesville proximity with lower property tax and insurance rates.

Someday Farm is located within the Keswick Hunt territory but is not an active fixture.