Albemarle House ($100,000,000), one of the most important residences created in the United States since the Golden Age consists of 300+/- acres in Charlottesville Virginia. Surrounded by history, Albemarle House is neighbors to some of Virginia’s greatest and most important estates including Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello and James Monroe’s Ash Lawn-Highland. Built in the neo-Georgian style, Albemarle House is a stunning example of an English country estate. Conceived by philanthropist and wine maker Patricia Kluge and world renowned architect/designer David Easton and his team, only the finest materials and accomplished artisans and craftsmen were employed in building this spectacular residence. Their vision became one of the best-known homes in the United States and the inspiration for the next generation of manor-style houses.