Emerald Hill is a luxurious estate property located within minutes of the University of Virginia and 9 miles to the Charlottesville/Albemarle Airport. Established between 1996 and 2000, Emerald Hill features a traditional 17,000 square foot, sixty room, Greek Revival home set on 140 acres of rolling pastures and hardwood forests. The Charlottesville, Virginia residence was build on the footprint of George Washington’s Mount Vernon, replete with perpendicular dependencies connected by cured hyphens. And in keeping with Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello, the classic Palladian home commands views in every direction. It is flanked by a hardwood forest of massive oaks, walnuts, and poplars on the east, while overlooking a private lake, the Blue Ridge Mountains, and stunning sunsets in the west, Just a few minutes from town, the property is as private as it is picturesque. From the moment you pass through the gates, you’ll be inspired by the vision that brought this grand estate to life.