2008 | Earlysville, Virginia

This handcrafted Free Union home was saved from destruction and reassembled in the Village of Advance Mills.

Light gently basks the distinctive architectural lines utterly unique to Moriah. Thoughtfully placed stones outline a future landscape design.

Moriah is a grand home, standing strong and mighty atop a hill surrounded by green pastures.

A unique fireplace adds tremendous atmosphere to the dining room located in an early 1800's log cabin. The sun-filled hallway extends to the master suite.

The master-bathroom is a tribute to decadence. It is as a private spa, a retreat from the pressures of life.

The primary living-room centers on one of the stone fireplaces in this home. Massive timbers, salvaged from a 19th century mill, line the ceiling. The stone used to construct the chimneys and fireplaces was salvaged from a bridge in Pennsylvania.

The refined kitchen features hand-crafted custom cabinetry, sophisticated black countertops, travertine floors, and top-of-the-line appliances.

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