Albemarle House, one of the most important residences created in the United States since the Golden Age consists of 300 acres in Charlottesville Virginia. Surrounded by history, Albemarle House is neighbors to some of Virginia’s greatest and most important estates including Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello and James Monroe’s Ash Lawn-Highland.
Built in the neo-Georgian style, Albemarle House is a stunning example of an English country estate. Conceived by philanthropist and wine maker Patricia Kluge and world renowned architect/designer David Easton and his team, only the finest materials and accomplished artisans and craftsmen were employed in building this spectacular residence. Their vision became one of the best-known homes in the United States and the inspiration for the next generation of manor-style houses. More info.