On one of the highest points of Winchester just minutes from Old Town, sits Carter Hill Manor, a 4-bedroom, 4 Â½ bath hidden estate surrounded by hand-built stone walls and expansive gardens. This Georgian Revival built of rose brick with hipped Virginia slate roof was designed by Fredericksburg architect Philip N. Stern. The property boasts 1.5 private acres featuring mature flowering trees, huge old pines, extensively landscaped rock gardens, and gorgeous perennials. This park-like setting is a rare find within the city limits, but it is the architectural details found within Carter Hill Manor that complete this incredibly unique opportunity. Hardwood floors, âKing of Prussiaâ marble framed fireplaces, large custom windows allowing for tons of natural light, dental moldings, and more. The entry features a beautiful stairway and custom designed flooring. The tall ceilings, large spaces, and natural light on the main level give one a sense of spaciousness balanced by cozy details such as built-in bookcases, exposed beams, hidden wet bar, and two wood burning fireplaces. The kitchen is fully equipped with a huge island, tons of storage and unique, pickled white oak cabinetry, as well as space to entertain. Outside the kitchen, you will find an expansive brick patio adjacent to the kitchen and a covered terrace for dining alfresco as well as one car garage. Take the main or back staircase to a spacious ownerâs bedroom featuring a wood burning fireplace and renovated ensuite bath as well as 3 additional bedrooms and baths located on the 2nd and 3rd floors. The lower level offers a modern living space, newly renovated bath with steam shower, also laundry, utility spaces, and a lot of extra storage. Carter Hill Manor is easily accessed via a circle driveway from Jefferson Street however the front faces the acreage on the opposite side of the home.