Cave Hill Farm is a historic farm at 9780 Cave Hill Road in McGaheysville, Virginia. The centerpiece of the farm is its main house, a two story brick house with Federal and Greek Revival characteristics. The farm is named for a cave that is located on a limestone outcrop on the north side of Cave Hill Road. It is the source of a spring on the property, and was historically used for food storage. Since 1868 the property has been in the hands of Kisling family descendants, the Hopkins, who operate a bed and breakfast inn. The farm was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2011.

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  • Cave Hill Farm is a historic farm at 9780 Cave Hill Road in McGaheysville, Virginia. The centerpiece of the farm is its main house, a two story brick house with Federal and Greek Revival characteristics. The farm is named for a cave that is located on a limestone outcrop on the north side of Cave Hill Road. It is the source of a spring on the property, and was historically used for food storage. Since 1868 the property has been in the hands of Kisling family descendants, the Hopkins, who operate a bed and breakfast inn. The farm was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2011. (en)
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  • Cave Hill Farm is a historic farm at 9780 Cave Hill Road in McGaheysville, Virginia. The centerpiece of the farm is its main house, a two story brick house with Federal and Greek Revival characteristics. The farm is named for a cave that is located on a limestone outcrop on the north side of Cave Hill Road. It is the source of a spring on the property, and was historically used for food storage. Since 1868 the property has been in the hands of Kisling family descendants, the Hopkins, who operate a bed and breakfast inn. The farm was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2011. (en)
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