Oatlands Plantation was once a 3,500-acre wheat and wool producer with over seven dozen slaves. Now a historic site of only 260 acres, the 1804 manor house museum is rumored to be home to a few spirits. Doors are said to randomly lock on their own, and witnesses and paranormalists have described footsteps, voices, and an unexplained scent of roses upstairs.
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- 20850 Oatlands Plantation Ln
Leesburg, VA 20175
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- 39.040895315533305, -77.617408096703
- Loudoun County, Virginia
- Nearest Towns:
- Broadlands, VA (5.4 mi.)
Brambleton, VA (5.9 mi.)
Leesburg, VA (5.9 mi.)
Belmont, VA (6.0 mi.)
Hamilton, VA (6.9 mi.)
Ashburn, VA (7.0 mi.)
Arcola, VA (7.6 mi.)
Middleburg, VA (8.1 mi.)
Purcellville, VA (8.4 mi.)
University Center, VA (9.4 mi.)
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