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June 8, 2020

132-acre Rectortown tract sells for $1.7 million

Formerly owned by the late Paul and “Bunny” Mellon, the 132-acre tract near Rectortown fronts Goose Creek.
A 132-parcel of farmland at Rectortown sold last week for $1.7 million.

Previously part of Upperville philanthropist Paul Mellon’s Oak Spring Farms estate, the property along Goose Creek has no structures.

The Virginia Outdoors Foundation holds a conservation easement on the land, which last sold for $1.9 million in July 2017. The property recently went into foreclosure.

The Marshall District sale tops recent Fauquier property transactions.
The Fauquier County Circuit Court clerk’s office recorded these real estate transfers May 28-June 3, 2020:


Cedar Run District

Chris and Alissa Seiple to Matthew S. and Beylinda S. Golding, Lot 73, Phase 2, Woods at Warrenton Subdivision, 6340 Barn Owl Court, near Warrenton, $685,000.

Franco Traverso and Samantha Bendigo to Kylie and Christopher Korb, 2 acres, 7706 Greenwich Road, near Nokesville, $414,900.

Jonathan W. and Christine D. Kibben to Melanie M. and Wayne J. Page Jr., Lot 11, Phase 1, Warrenton Chase Subdivision, 6435 Bob White Drive, near Warrenton, $599,000.

Multygroup Investment LLC, Evgeni Madzharov and Valeri Kuyumdzhiyan as members, to Joseph Mercado, 3.75 acres, 4346 Razor Hill Road, near Bealeton, $389,990.

Carolyn Martin, trustee, to Ashleigh Wayland, 10 acres, 8747 Meetze Road, near Warrenton, $570,000.

Aaron L. and Amy Jo Phillips to Ashley N. Bryant, 2.24 acres, 1460 Fusion Way, Catlett, $530,000.


Center District

N&P Renovations LLC, Michele Noel as member, to Roger L. Foster and Caroline C. Bumbra, Lot 73, Block 3, Foxhills Subdivision, 147 Piedmont St., Warrenton, $409,000.

Jason R. and Heather L. Deborde to Zachary Schaeffer and Stephanie Blasczyk, Lot 96, Whites Mill Subdivision, 6437 Mull Court, near Warrenton, $565,000.

Elaine H. Walters, trustee, to PMCJR LLC, Philip M. Clark Jr., 1.77 acres, and 0.41 acre, 341 Academy Hill Road, Warrenton, $335,000.

Douglas B. Hendrie, trustee, to Michael C. Thomas, Lot 301, Addition to Warrenton Lakes Subdivision, 7216 Marr Drive, near Warrenton, $400,000.

Marc and Jacqueline Belanger to Brandon S. and Viktoria Zaruches, Lot 26, Breezewood Subdivision, 225 Breezewood Drive, Warrenton, $395,000.

Scott A. Thoden to Claude E. Lee and Renee L. Clark, Lot 74, Block B, Broadview Acres Subdivision, 639 Gold Cup Drive, Warrenton, $410,000.

Carole M. Hertz, trustee, to Brian T. Penatzer, Lot G-26, Phase 3, North Rock Subdivision, 194 North View Circle, Warrenton, $389,000.

Kelvin A. and Paula M. Ray to Thomas E. Sedell, Unit 42, Hillside Townes, 116 Aviary St., Warrenton, $290,000.


Lee District

Micah A. Meadows and Douglas Rosenberg to Alexis A. Moran and Mayra N. Monico, Lot 59, Phase 3, Wankoma Village Subdivision, 121 Wankoma Drive, Remington, $199,900.

Desire S. Nuno to Karen E. and Timothy Collins, Lot 84, Section G, Meadowbrooke Subdivision, 6830 Crescent Ridge Court, Bealeton, $325,000.

2 Aces Inc. to Kevin M. and Morgan S. Cahill, Lot 109, Phase 3, Southcoate Village Subdivision, 11162 Eagle Court, Bealeton, $432,000.

Kenneth W. Scott II to Camran and Zenayda M. Mostofi, Unit 303, Waverly Station Condominiums, 6161 Willow Place, Bealeton, $178,000.

Kylie N. Christensen and Zackary J. Heim to Carolyn Traber, 0.57 acre, Lot 167, Section M, Meadowbrooke Subdivision, 10910 Rugby Drive, Bealeton, $295,000.

Winton M. and Jillian M. Funk to Stephanie K. and Benjamin L. Carter III , Lot 2, Phase 2-A, Bealeton Station Subdivision, 10872 Depot Drive, Bealeton, $256,000.

Lucia A. Lorenzo to William L. and Leslie D. Marin, 3.9 acres, Lot 9, Indian Oaks Subdivision, 5346 Dakota Lane, near Sumerduck, $535,000.

Katherine A. Brown, Donna M. George and others to Beth A. Secrist, Unit 106, Building 3, Phase 3, Waverly Station Condominiums, 6161 Willow Place, Bealeton, $168,000.

NVR Inc. to Miguel and Danielle G. Piriz, Lot 17, Neighborhood B. Phase 1, Mintbrook Subdivision, 7522 Hancock St., Bealeton, $304,550.

Pelham Village LC to Richmond American Homes of Virginia Inc., Lots 161-165, Phase 4, Southcoate Village Subdivision, near Bealeton, $500,000.

Thomas A. Stribling to Tank M. Merchant, Unit 207, Building 3, Phase 3, Waverly Station Condominiums, 6161 Willow Place, Bealeton, $141,350.


Marshall District

Fifth Third Bank NA to Andrew and Gabrielle Doane, 10.2 acres, Lot 4, Runnymeade Farm Subdivision, 10408 Royston Lane, near Marshall, $550,000.

Secretary of Housing & Urban Development to Lien T. and Earl F. Carter Jr., 1.55 acres, Lot 44, Phase 2, Waterloo North Subdivision, 7884 Wellington Drive, near Warrenton, $638,000.

Steven G. Ondorf to Renate M. Shields, 1 acre, 8485 Lees Ridge Road, near Warrenton, $385,000.

Gerard B. Lambert Foundation to Colvin G. Ryan, 132 acres, Rectortown Road, $1,700,000.

Paul D. and Nichole D. Reynolds to Luis A. Foulks, 5 acres, 7223 Burke Lane, near Warrenton, $457,500.

Thomas P. and Linda A. Fortunato to Heather E. and Jason P. Brown 10.1 acres, Lot 22, Waterloo Farms Subdivision, 8032 Waterloo Farm Road, near Warrenton, $572,000.

Deborah Ayer to Scott A. and Theresa Thoden, 4.96 acres, 5556 Merry Oaks Road, near The Plains, $650,000.


Scott District

Jeffrey and Jennifer Kuper to Sara E.M. and William Hess, Lot 83, Phase 10-A, Brookside Subdivision, 6810 Lake Anne Court, near Warrenton, $595,000.

Velma O. and Edward V. Benton II to Atkins Construction Group LLC, Lot 52, Section 2, Phase 1, Lake Whippoorwill Subdivision, 5935 Lake Whippoorwill Drive, near Warrenton, $182,000.

Lisa K. and Charles E. Brown Jr., to Robert Hamrick, 4.9 aces, 4227 Belvoir Road, near Marshall, $350,000.

Halfway Road House LLC, Andrew Robitaille as sole member, to Andrew Walker, 1 acre, 4145 Halfway Road, near The Plains, $365,000.

Barry and Maryroi Goldman to Jorge A. Dominguez, 1.25 acres, Lot 49, Section 1, Addition to Marstella Estates Subdivision, 7333 Auburn Mill Road, $469,000.

Jessica M. and Devin B. Yankey to Cody and Tess Harper, 1 acre, Lot 25, Section 1, Addition to Marstella Estates Subdivision, 7406 Stuart Circle, near Warrenton, $465,000.

Randie R. and Brenda H. Moline to Jason W. Spezzano, Lot 24, Phase 1, Brookside Subdivision, 6931 Tanglewood Drive, near Warrenton, $737,500.

Jon and Shana Shrader to Justin and Jessica Black, Lot 23, Phase 1, Snow Hill Subdivision, 5845 Windsor Retreat, near Warrenton, $659,900.
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PabloCruz · June 11, 2020 at 8:59 pm
According to Fauquier Real Estate online:
132.03 acres in Virginia Outdoors Foundation easement, sold for $1.7 million.
Valued for tax purposes at $34,400, or 2% of market value.

The board of supervisors has made drastic cuts to the 2021 budget and yet, has decided to continue to fund the Purchase of Development rights program at over $800,00 for next year. The exchange of development rights for cash and tax breaks, through the use of easements, is a massive transfer of wealth from working people to the rich. It is a perversion of the philosophy of land preservation. If we have any hope at all of addressing the meteoric rise in income inequality, these programs need to be ended immediately. The only exception should be for working farms that are income-tested, or for land that is preserved for the public benefit, and open to public use.

In case anyone doesn't know, The Windy Hill Foundation (which is run by many of the people that hold these easements) is a "charitable" organization that has built and operates several "workforce" housing projects in Marshall, The Plains, and Middleburg. As stated on their website, these units were built for the "workforce" i.e. teachers, firefighters, police officers, etc. and the occupant can receive a subsidy depending upon their income in comparison to the Area Median Income, AMI.
According to their website, Very Low Income for 1 person is
50% of AMI, or $44,100/year.
Guess what the starting pay for a teacher in Fauqier with a B.A. is?
$44,800.
With partisan politics exerting an almost unbreakable stranglehold on Washington, we need our local government working in conjunction with citizens to implement solutions that are locality-specific.
This is an easy solution. Suspend the PDR program immediately, and then begin a systematic audit of the tax policies that have made it so difficult to fund basic public services. If we fail to do this, there won't be a society to worry about. No civilization in history has ever survived with this level of inequality. This is not normal.
Let's fix the problem so that our public servants can live in dignity, and we don't need the Windy Hill Foundation at all.
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