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July 1, 2019

Casanova’s Spring Hill Farm sells for $5.5 million

The 744-acre Spring Hill Farm at Casanova sold for $5.5 million.
This 100-acre property on Landmark Road near The Plains sold for $4.8 million.
This nine-acre property on Walnutdale Lane near The Plains sold for $1.12 million.
Spring Hill Farm, a 744-acre estate near Casanova, sold last week for $5.5 million.

Charles “Chuck” Kuhn, the founder of JK Moving Services in Sterling, sold the former thoroughbred farm, which he purchased just more than three years ago, to a friend.

The new owner, Matt Rales purchased neighboring, 774-acre Longwood Farm in April 2016, the same time Mr. Kuhn bought Spring Hill.

Mr. Kuhn, who paid $4.25 million for Spring Hill, put the property under conservation easement last month.

The Cedar Run District sale tops the most recent list of county real estate transactions. But, two other seven-figure deals also closed last week in Fauquier.

A 100-acre horse farm near The Plains sold for $4.8 million.

The Oaks on Landmark Road, features a four-bedroom, four-bath stone house that dates to 1929. The Scott District property has a pool, a tennis court, two other homes, an office, stables, a riding arena, sheds, a dog kennel and paddock shelters.

Also last week, a four-bedroom home on nine acres near The Plains sold for $1.12 million.

The Walnutdale Lane property, also in Scott District, includes a freestanding garage and two sheds.

The Fauquier County Circuit Court clerk’s office recorded these real estate transfers June 21-27, 2019:

Cedar Run District

Spring Hill Farm FC1 LLC, Charles S. Kuhn as member, to Mitchell P. Rales, trustee, 328.4 acres, 5234 Spring Hill Lane; 86.13 acres, 8866 Rogues Road; 46.83 acres, 5336 Spring Hill Lane; 24.27 acres, 5344 Spring Hill Lane; 6.78 acres, off Spring Hill Lane; 155.82 aces, 8457 Silver Ghost Lane, and 96.37 aces, 8792 Rogues Road, Casanova, $5,513,972.

NVR Inc. to Steven and Madalyn Sirota, 0.68 acre, Lot 47, Phase 1, Warrenton Chase Subdivision, 6487 Bob White Drive, near Warrenton, $614,089.

Hugh A. and Victoria L. Davis to Alex M. Hudson, 0.77 acre, 8044 Frytown Road, near Warrenton, $382,500.

Beatrice E. Miller to Adan M. Villalobos and Eloina Castro 2.22 acres, 10407 Messick Road, Midland, $345,000.

Cristina and Ronald Delaney II, by substitute trustee, to FFC Properties LLC, 5.78 acres, 4165 Christopher Way, near Nokesville, $407,643.

Center District

Phillip and Deborah Wade to Muwafaq M. Ali, Lot 17, Chestnut Turn Subdivision, 7317 Hazelwood Court, near Warrenton, $440,000.

Wells Fargo Bank NA to Brittany Ganow, Lot 55, Hillside Townes Subdivision, 6 Aviary St., Warrenton, $232,900.

Jordan M. and Shelby E. Wilson to Carl and Kristi Schmalz, Lot 17, White’s Mill Subdivision, 6429 White’s Mill Lane, near Warrenton, $535,000.

Stanley Parkes to Christopher J. and Brenda G. Lane, Unit 108, Phase 23, Villas at The Ridges Condominiums, 235 Onyx Way, Warrenton, $369,900.

Christopher S. and Lacey L. Roberts to William S. and Tiffany Morris, Lot 41, Brookshire Manor Subdivision, 499 Devon Drive, Warrenton, $419,900.

Pamela F. Kelly to Carl M. and Kathleen M.S. Chapman, 0.02 acre, Lot 225, Towns of Oak Springs Subdivision, 116 Oak Tree Lane, Warrenton, $260,000.

Allen M. Bongiovi to Pamela F. Kelly, 0.55 acre, Lot 20, Phase 1, Ivy Hill Subdivision, 7245 Hastings Lane, near Warrenton, $383,000.

J. Michael and Patricia S. Wines to Robert W. Coffin and Phillip T. Jenkins, Lot 21, Chancellor’s Gate Subdivision, 168 Mosby Court, Warrenton, $385,000.

Brett D. and Theresa E. Billington to Kevin R. and Melissa Schoenen, Lot 55, Warrenton Lakes Subdivision, 7285 Hunton St., near Warrenton, $579,990.

Lee District

Mount Holly Baptist Church Inc. to Tyler T. Healey, 1 acre, 6223 Sumerduck Road, near Remington, $265,000.

Christopher J. and B. Gail Lane to Collin and Elizabeth Vero-Casavant, Lot 32, Canterbury Village Subdivision, 9771 Reeves Court, near Warrenton, $415,000.

Philippe L. and Gail P. Randon to Daniel Ridgeway, Unit F, Building 3, Cedar Lee Condominiums, 11228 Torrie Way, Bealeton, $145,000.

Marshall District

Edgar E. French Jr. to Jefferson Holdings LLC, Unit 20, Section A, Marshall Townhouses, 8585 Pellam Court, Marshall, $117,000.

Christian B. Coyner to Quatre Chiens LLC, 1.84 acres, Lot 2, Coyner Division, Rokeby Road, near Upperville, $250,000.

Lisa D. Howard to April M. Black, 7 acres, Lot 1, Wilson Division, 9390 Conde Road, near Marshall, $373,200.

Jacob S. and Rebecca A. Bogart to Dustin M. Hundley and Ashley M. Hudson, 0.68 acre, Lot 5-A, Pinn Subdivision, 8394 Pinn Turn, near Warrenton, $275,000.

Tyler and Jessica Frable to Richard Sunderlin, 0.75 acre, 9335 Springs Road, near Warrenton, $175,000.

Joy T. Herndon to Michael J. and Brittani L. Griffin, 2 acres, 6537 Watery Mountain Road, near Warrenton, $320,000.

Justin and Ashleigh Lloyd to Andrew L. Coubrough, 1.23 aces, 7351 Cannon ball Gate Road, near Warrenton, $339,000.

Scott District

Robert L. and Barbara Teter, trustees, to William and Tracey Austin, Lot 10, Phase 4, Snow Hill Subdivision, 5431 Rosehaven Court, near Warrenton, $624,000.

NVR Inc. to Ericka M. Kelly, Lot 48, Phase 11-B, Brookside Subdivision, 4013 Lake Ashby Court, near Warrenton, $516,503.

Karen Dougherty, trustee, to Charles A. and Beverly A. Kadesch, Lot 18, Land Bay G, Vint Hill Subdivision, 3583 Shugart Court, near Warrenton, $490,000.

Barbara M. and John H. Schmitt Sr. to Kathleen P. McEnearyey, Gary L. Rees and James M. Rees, 4 acres, Lot 5, Bunker Hill Subdivision 4191 Jackson Glen Drive, near The Plains, $560,000.

NVR Inc. to Jacqueline and Omar Mercedes, Lot 50, Phase 11-B, Brookside Subdivision, 4023 Lake Ashby Court, near Warrenton, $525,035.

Oak Leaf Farm LLC, John Coles as manager, to The Oaks Landmark LLC, 100 acres, 3324 Landmark Road, near The Plains, $4,800,000.

Lakeside Homes LLC, Devin T. Finan as managing member, Timothy and Amelia Cotton, Lot 12-69, Phase 13-C, Brookside Subdivision, 3627 Dockside Drive, near Warrenton, $787,450.

Fauquier Lakes LP to Lakeside Homes LLC, Lot 28, Phase 11-B, Brookside Subdivision, near Warrenton, $187,500.

Christopher S. and Katharine S. Carey, trustees, to Marlene Dennis, 9.11 acres, 6532 Walnutdale Lane, near The Plains, $1,125,000.

Gavin J. and Lucy D. Lindenberg to Austin and Ashlyn Kritzer, Lot 17, Block A, Rock Springs Subdivision, 5155 Rock Springs Road, near Warrenton, $350,000.

John A. and Mary Frazer to Satoshi Eto and Veronica Pai, 8.66 aces, Lot 1, Lilley Division, 6693 McRaes Road, near Warrenton, $615,000.

Rita G. Hawes to Shane O. and Kelly L. Tabaka, 1.1 acres, Lot 8, Phase 1, Waters Edge Subdivision, 7017 Lake Drive, near Warrenton, $547,000.

Randy K. and Carole W. Ferrell to William A. Johnston, Lot 15, Phase 2, Misty Run Estates, 7138 Norwich Court, near Warrenton, $595,000.

Katherine P. Suto to Steven E. and Juliet A. Rolando, Lot 66, Section 1, Addition to Marstella Estates, 7405 Stuart Circle, near Warrenton, $415,000.

Benjamin and Gary R. Westling to Amy Coppe, Lot 1, Warren Woods Subdivision, 7032 Kelly Road, near Warrenton, $336,050.

Lakeside Homes LLC, Devin T. Finan as managing member, to Elizabeth Cataldi, Lot 13-79, Phase 13-C, Brookside Subdivision, 3692 Dockside Drive, near Warrenton, $520,000.

Fauquier Lakes LP to NVR Inc., Lot 64, Phase 11-C, and Lot 95, Phase 11-D, Brookside Subdivision, near Warrenton, $462,237.

James A. and Kathleen T. Mugnolo to Philip K. and Pamela K. Biles, 1.55 acres, Lot 77, Phase 2, Snow Hill Subdivision, 6650 Colonnades Drive, near Warrenton, $785,000.

John W. Cantrell, trustee, to Steven C. and Tracy J. Neufeld, 7.25 acres, Lot 2-A, Funkhouser Division, 5409 Flintstone Lane, near Broad Run, $741,200.
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Mark House · July 2, 2019 at 10:38 am
"April 11, 2016 -
Casanova thoroughbred farms sell for $8.5 million"

“We were competing with a developer who wanted it for residential development,” Mr. Kuhn said of negotiations that lead to his purchase of Spring Hill.
Cammie Rodgers · July 2, 2019 at 7:38 am
DonkeyFarmer - A developer was looking at the property to build hundreds of homes. That is WHY I'm saying thank you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
DonkeyFarmer · July 1, 2019 at 9:56 pm
Thank you for what? A conservation easement allows a propery owner to devalue his/her property and pay less taxes. This was not some kind of charitable act, but rather a smart financial move by a millionaire to avoid taxes. Not that im faulting him for doing so. I would do the same. But why are you blabbering about with thank you's?
Cammie Rodgers · July 1, 2019 at 8:02 pm
"Mr. Kuhn, who paid $4.25 million for Spring Hill, put the property under conservation easement last month." Thank you, thank you, Thank you Mr. Kuhn!!!
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