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North Gate Vineyard on the market for $4.25 million

North Gate Vineyard in Hillsboro is for sale. Photo By/Brian Nemiroff
One of Loudoun's award-winning vineyards is for sale.

North Gate Vineyard, a 26-acre property at the base of the Short Hill Mountains in Hillsboro owned by Mark and Vicki Fedor, is on the market for $4,250,000.

The Fedors purchased the vineyard in 1997. They have been producing wine since 2003 and at their vineyard since 2007. North Gate is the first vineyard in Loudoun to become LEED certified - using less energy and water to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The vineyard produces around 5,000 cases of wine annually.

The property includes two large four-story houses and the winery. There is also a pool, sports court for tennis and basketball, a pond and three-car garage. There are 22 acres of producing vines, 11 on site and 11 off site leased to the facility.

Listing agent John Ginty said the business is turnkey, with great potential for future growth.

In a Facebook post, Vicki Fedor said "it is time for a lifestyle change." She added they plan to stay in the local area and hope to have more time for relaxation and family life.

For more information, visit http://www.northgatevineyard.utour.me/


Contact the writer at [email protected] or on Twitter at @KarenGGraham.

Comments


Thank you to Vicki and Mark for creating such a beautiful space to gather, promote local craftsman and musicians, produce incredible wines and help to preserve the beauty of western Loudoun. They are the hardest working people I know. I can’t wait to meet the next passionate winemaker that will be lucky enough to take over this jewel!!


$4.25m for 26/acres will be a nice lot if a developer can stick more than 3 homes per acre on it. Bad news for Rt.9 commuters.


The way to make a small fortune in the wine business is to start with a large fortune.


Lets make sure this is only sold to someone who shares our views.  All other views are those of losers.


That would be a great place for a mixed-use development.

Ah, I can see it now: mediocre chain restaurants, redundant retail stores, tons of overpriced apartments/condos… 

Or maybe a gigantic data center.

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