Montpelier, circa 1750, is a lovely PRIVATE country estate with 111 acres and a 3800sf Colonial home with extraordinary fireplaces. This property was owned by Benjamin Harrison II whose descendants include two U.S. presidents and signers of the Declaration of Independence. There are several dependencies including a four stall horse stable with office and full bath, run in tractor sheds and a workshop. The home overlooks a pond and Montpelier Creek runs through the property. The house is sited on a knoll with a long crape myrtle lined driveway and gardens surrounding it. Located just over the Surry County line just off Route 10, it is 30 minutes to the Richmond airport and less than 45 minutes to downtown Richmond. Williamsburg is located just east across the James River. There is easy access via I95 and I295 to Rt. 10 east.