Super Bowl champ Chris Long put Hope Mountain, his retreat in Central Virginia, up for sale on the open market this holiday season. The retired defensive end is looking for $3.35 million for the residence, which is notable for the land that swaddles it: 164.77 acres of rolling forested land.
The house sits high on a ridge which commands superb views of the serenely bucolic landscape. A 4,431 sq. ft. abode with four bedrooms and four baths across two levels, it is positioned on a cleared and slightly convex plateau and joined by a post-and-beam guest house.
Inside, the house is defined by pine and stone, casting the living style in a rustic mold in keeping with its location. In the kitchen, cobalt blue cabinetry brings a blast of intense cool to the shared spaces, while stacked stone accents and fireplaces bring additional texture to the whole.
The home’s main exterior living area is a flagstone veranda. Offering a prime spot for the natural vistas surrounding the property, it is sure to be a primary destination in warmer weather.
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