Glenbrook combines country ambience in a traditional stone manor house, with all the luxuries of modern living. Set on 22 acres just a mile from Middleburg, Glenbrook offers convenience and yet privacy with lovely vistas over its extensive professionally landscaped gardens. Built in the 1920’s, it was tastefully renovated in 2000 with the help of Hunt Country architect Tommy Beach, renowned kitchen designer Jan Forte, and the late dean of Washington decorators Dudley Brown, to retain its traditional character in combination with today’s high-end finishes and an unusually generous list of amenities. The 6-bedroom house is loaded with coveted features such as a first-floor bedroom suite, a home office, large family room, formal living and dining rooms, a sun-filled garden room, a spectacular terrace for grand scale entertaining, duplicate top-of-the-line kitchen and laundry appliances, his-and-her bathrooms in the master suite, 4-car garage, generator, dumb waiter, state-of-the-art water purification system, and extensive storage space. There is a separate stone two-story carriage house with an apartment or office above and a large party or exercise room below. A beautifully landscaped pool and pool house complete the manor complex. Horse facilities accessed from a separate entrance include seven fields with four-board fencing; 4 run-in sheds with water and electrical; a large 2- story barn with six stalls, heated tack room, and bathroom plus extensive utility/storage space; a two stall barn; and a one bedroom tenant house. This beautiful estate has been featured on the Virginia Historic Garden Tour, has been maintained to the highest standards and is in turn-key condition. SEE DOCUMENTS SECTION FOR LIST OF FEATURES.