Nestled in Brandy Station, the historic property at Liberty Hall Plantation has been home to many notable figures in early Virginia history and stands as a testament to Virginia’s rich historical tapestry. With roots dating back to the early 18th century, this storied estate has borne witness to the ebb and flow of time, serving as both a sanctuary for its inhabitants and a stage for pivotal moments in American history.

Originally established by Robert Green, a stalwart figure in early Virginia society, Liberty Hall Plantation earned its name as a place where “a man could be at his liberty”. Green, a distinguished captain in the Orange County Militia, a respected member of the House of Burgesses, and a Justice of the Peace, along with his wife Eleanor, laid the foundations for what would become a cherished family legacy spanning nine generations.

Throughout the centuries, Liberty Hall has been more than just a homestead; it has been a hub of activity and resilience. From weathering the storms of the Civil War as a camp for both Federal and Confederate forces to thriving as a center for agricultural excellence, the plantation’s history is as diverse as it is captivating.

From its inception, Liberty Hall has been a bastion of agricultural innovation. Initially renowned for its cattle and horses, the farm evolved with the times, boasting two bustling mills and a county store during the 18th and 19th centuries. Today, under the stewardship of the Coleman family, Liberty Hall continues to flourish, specializing in beef production and serving as a premier destination for equestrian enthusiasts.

Remaining at the forefront of agricultural ingenuity, Liberty Hall offers born, raised, and finished beef – the same way they’ve been doing for over 300 years. Liberty Hall takes pride in providing customers with consistent purchasing options, offering whole, half, or custom cuts of beef every month. This commitment to quality ensures that patrons can enjoy the same exceptional taste and reliability that has been synonymous with Liberty Hall for generations.

But Liberty Hall’s legacy extends far beyond its agricultural prowess. With miles of trails meandering through its picturesque 220+ acres, the plantation has become a sanctuary for adventurers and history enthusiasts alike. For those seeking a tranquil retreat, a charming cottage nestled on the property overlooking a serene pond is available for vacation rentals – a perfect getaway for those looking to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Annually, relic hunters scour its grounds for treasures buried beneath the surface, while a spring history day hosts students to experience the colonial, revolutionary, and civil war history of the property.

Moreover, Liberty Hall remains committed to fostering a sense of community and education. From hosting interscholastic polo teams to offering field hunt and riding lessons, the plantation serves as a beacon of tradition and learning, ensuring that its legacy continues to resonate with future generations.

The Coleman’s share, “We are very proud to continue building upon the dreams of our ancestors. We are hopeful that Liberty Hall will continue to be enjoyed by our descendants and the Virginia community for centuries to come.” As Liberty Hall Plantation proudly enters its third century of existence, its designation as a Century Farm not only honors its illustrious history but also underscores its enduring commitment to preserving Virginia’s rich heritage.

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