Situated on 109 acres of rolling hills surrounded by the Blue Ridge Mountains, Seven Oaks Farm and Vineyards is a magnificent property located just 15 minutes from Charlottesville in Greenwood, VA.
The estate is a Virginia Historic Landmark and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It has been owned by a number of families in Albemarle County who figure prominently in local religious, educational and political history.
Perhaps the most intriguing story about Seven Oaks Farm is of the seven white oaks that once stood on the south lawn in front of the manor home. These majestic trees were each named for a Virginia president. In 1954, Hurricane Hazel destroyed all but one of the oaks. Given the estate’s ties to Charlottesville and the University of Virginia, it seems fitting that the lone surviving tree was the one named for Thomas Jefferson. That oak tree stands proudly on the property to this day.