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September 21, 2020

Marshall home on 25 acres sells for $965,000

This renovated circa 1923 farmhouse on 25 acres near Marshall sold for $965,000.
A renovated, century-old farmhouse on 25 acres near Marshall sold last week for $965,000.

Built in 1923, “Sinclair House” has four bedrooms and 3-1/2 baths, a standing-seam metal roof, a patio and stone walls.

The property on Mountain Laurel Road went on the market in August with an asking price of $925,000.

Tray Allen of Allen Real Estate represented the seller and Alan Zuschlag of Washington Fine Properties represented the buyer.
The property last sold in January 2018 for $554,000, according to county real estate records.

The Marshall District sale tops the most recent Fauquier property transactions.

The Fauquier County Circuit Court clerk’s office recorded these real estate transfers September 10-16, 2020:


Cedar Run District

Jose E. and Roel B. Perez to Melissa Cooper, 3.55 acres, 9114 Meetze Road, near Warrenton, $305,000.

Jason T. Jones to Edward A. and Diane Wade, Lot 81, Phase 2, Green Meadows Subdivision, 9736 Logan Jay Drive, Bealeton, $399,000.

Jesse J. and Kayla R. Outland to John D. and Beverly E. Humphreys, 7.9 aces, Lot 1, Gobbler Run Plantation Subdivision, 3250 Courtney School Road, near Midland, $479,000.

Amber Wells to Jane M. and William M. Warwick III, 1 acre, 5041 Weston Road, Casanova, $404,000.

Alvaro A. and Jammie L. Moran to Joseph Harris, Lot 12, Phase 2, Green Meadows Subdivision, 9725 Logan Jay Drive, near Bealeton, $380,000.

Deborah G. Aubrey to David L. and Katharina M. McNeil, 9.7 acres, Lot 3-B, Grace Estates Subdivision, 1503 Grace Estates Drive, near Catlett, $532,000.

Amy M. and Paul D. Berry, by substitute trustee, to FFC Properties LLC, 1.4 acres, Lot 4, Bridges Subdivision, 9367 Meetze Road, near Midland, $270,100, foreclosure.


Center District

Kevin T. Roop to Rodeo Oak Properties LLC, 0.52 acre, 110 Oak St., Warrenton, $250,000.

C&J Assets LLC, Jerry M. Bartlett as member, to Sarah Properties LLC, Upper Unit 100, Battlefield Professional Building Condos, 568 Waterloo Road, Warrenton, $205,000.

Nicholas K. Bretz to Christine J. Cornwell, Unit 63C, Phase 7, Cedars of Warrenton, 215C Fernwood Place, $215,000.

NVR Inc. to John and Krys Toczylowski, 0.18 acre, Lot 4, Winchester Chase Subdivision, 28 Patrick Way, Warrenton, $619,640.

Paul V. and Ashley M.G. Anderson to Alex M. and Mary J.T. Catillo, Lot 4-A, Block F, Bartenstein Subdivision, 215 Linden St., Warrenton, $410,000.

Winchester Chase Development LLC, Jeffrey K. Rizer as manager, to NVR Inc., Lots 16 and 17, Winchester Chase Subdivision, off Winchester St., Warrenton, $330,000.

Bryan J. and Lara L. Simpson, to Kelly A. and Aubrey Hall Jr., Lot 54, Whites Mill Subdivision, 6460 Whites Mill Lane, near Warrenton, $550,000.

James W. and Maria Deverna to Eric C. and Asherf C. Schultz, Lot 87, Addition to Warrenton Lakes Subdivision, 7130 Alleghany St., near Warrenton, $375,000.


Lee District

NVR Inc. to Roda Abdi, Lot 28, Neighborhood B, Phase 1, Mintbrook Subdivision, 7548 Hancock St., Bealeton, $289,010.

Tetyana B. Smith to Matthew Smith, 0.94 Jamesmeade Lane, Bealeton, $200,000.

Michael J. Shoup to Ryan and Candace M. Reigel, Lot 95, Section 2, Phase 4, Lees Glen Subdivision, 11706 Fort Lee Drive, near Remington, $375,000.

Yvonne K. Meadows to William and Jill Schum, 20 acres, Lots 8 and 9, Liberty Oaks Subdivision, 6227 Liberty Road, near Bealeton, $753,000.

Tyler Lamper to Valerie N. and Karen L. Wallace, Lot 101-A, Phase A, Section 1, Mintbrook Subdivision, 9028 Randolph Circle, Bealeton, $325,000.

Dante and Lauren Bumbray to Andrew E. King, 5 acres, Lot 3-B, Pineview Subdivision, 4147 Sumerduck Road, Sumerduck, $329,900.

Sarah R. Walden to Tamara and Peter A. Tancredi Jr., Unit 102, Building 3, Phase 3, Waverly Station Condominiums, 6161 Willow Place, Bealeton, $152,000.

Mireya R. Ramos-Espinoza to Mario R.B. Chinchilla, Lot 31, Section B, Edgewood East Subdivision, 6826 Brianwood Court, Bealeton, $290,000.

Jeanette M. Carlson to Jose S. Benitez, 3.6 acres, 7197 O’Keefe Road, near Bealeton, $400,000.

Ashley and Cory Ramsey to Virginia and James E. Jordan Jr., Lot 71, Phase A, Section 2, Mintbrook Subdivision, 5533 Hale St., Bealeton, $330,000.


Marshall District

Anne D.B. and Henry F. Atherton III to Andrew E. Kuhlman, 156.6 acres, Olinger Road, near Marshall, $745,000.

Spencer Bunting to Thomas Faison and Colette Loll, 25 acres, 4449 Mountain Laurel Lane, near Marshall, $965,000.

Rosita A. Whitman and Nancy E. McCarroll to Darcy G. and Cecilia M. Philips, 18.9 acres, 3051 Tucker’s Lane, near Linden, $690,000.

Gareth Hilton to Shingza Tulku, 8.4 aces, Lot 3, John Marocchi Subdivision, 9473 Ada Road, near Marshall, $465,000.

Bryan and Fay Counts to Tab L. and Jennifer M. Vollrath, Lot 28, Phase 2, Huntsman Ridge Subdivision, 7321 Meadow Court, near Warrenton, $480,000.

David C. and Megan P. Hager to Anthony T. and Diann L. Tobias, 5.1 acres, Lot 4, Straight Division, 7233 Della St., near Warrenton, $520,000.


Scott District

Andrew M. and Brittany L. Wagner to Emily B. and Kevin J. Rusin, Lot 51, Phase 14-B, Brookside Subdivision, 4633 Gates Road, near Warrenton, $765,000.

Jimmy R. Keens to Gerda V.D. Oelsnitz, Lot 81, Land Bay G, Vint Hill Subdivision, 3608 Sutherland Court, near New Baltimore, $507,500.

Richard E. and Honore D. Hastings to Allison Spivey Dressage LLC, 10.55 acres, Lot 24-A, English Chase Subdivision, 8634 Woodward Road, near Marshall, $850,000.

Thomas C. and Hillary C. Gore to Elizabeth O. and Gabriel Valdez, Lot 158, Phase 8-A, Brookside Subdivision, 3304 Boathouse Lane, near Warrenton, $590,000.

Linda A. Brown to Dawning G. and Walter F. Morton Jr., Lot 17, Section 1, South Hill Estates Subdivision, 5238 Graystone Road, near Warrenton, $450,000.

Elinor E. Vaughan to Edgardo A.F. Noriega, 1.7 acres, Lot 5, Section 8, Broken Hills Subdivision, 6775 Chestnut Oak Lane, near Warrenton, $289,000.
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PabloCruz · September 27, 2020 at 7:44 pm
Mark House-great info and no surprise there. I don’t think average Americans know how badly they’re being ripped off-but maybe...
Mark House · September 27, 2020 at 6:08 pm
"The tax records reveal another way Seven Springs has generated substantial tax savings. In 2014, Mr. Trump classified the estate as an investment property, as distinct from a personal residence. Since then, he has written off $2.2 million in property taxes as a business expense — even as his 2017 tax law allowed individuals to write off only $10,000 in property taxes a year.

Courts have held that to treat residences as businesses for tax purposes, owners must show that they have “an actual and honest objective of making a profit,” typically by making substantial efforts to rent the property and eventually generating income.

Whether or not Seven Springs fits those criteria, the Trumps have described the property somewhat differently.

In 2014, Eric Trump told Forbes that “this is really our compound.” Growing up, he and his brother Donald Jr. spent many summers there, riding all-terrain vehicles and fishing on a nearby lake. At one point, the brothers took up residence in a carriage house on the property. “It was home base for us for a long, long time,” Eric told Forbes.

And the Trump Organization website still describes Seven Springs as a “retreat for the Trump family.”

Mr. Garten, the Trump Organization lawyer, did not respond to a question about the Seven Springs write-off.

The Seven Springs conservation-easement deduction is one of four that Mr. Trump has claimed over the years. While his use of these deductions is widely known, his tax records show that they represent the lion’s share of his charitable giving — about $119.3 million of roughly $130 million in personal and corporate charitable contributions reported to the I.R.S."
Mark House · September 27, 2020 at 6:07 pm
Pablo Cruz -

"In allowing business expenses to be deducted, the I.R.S. requires that they be “ordinary and necessary,” a loosely defined standard often interpreted generously by business owners.

Perhaps Mr. Trump’s most generous interpretation of the business expense write-off is his treatment of the Seven Springs estate in Westchester County, N.Y.

Seven Springs is a throwback to another era. The main house, built in 1919 by Eugene I. Meyer Jr., the onetime head of the Federal Reserve who bought The Washington Post in 1933, sits on more than 200 acres of lush, almost untouched land just an hour’s drive north of New York City.

“The mansion is 50,000 square feet, has three pools, carriage houses, and is surrounded by nature preserves,” according to The Trump Organization website.

Mr. Trump had big plans when he bought the property in 1996 — a golf course, a clubhouse and 15 private homes. But residents of surrounding towns thwarted his ambitions, arguing that development would draw too much traffic and risk polluting the drinking water.

Mr. Trump instead found a way to reap tax benefits from the estate. He took advantage of what is known as a conservation easement. In 2015, he signed a deal with a land conservancy, agreeing not to develop most of the property. In exchange, he claimed a $21.1 million charitable tax deduction."

https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2020/09/27/us/donald-trump-taxes.html
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