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The Inn at Willow Grove
If there’s ever a view you want to gaze upon with a glass of iced tea in hand, it’s from the porch at The Inn at Willow Grove. The regal, 14-room estate sits on 37 acres of verdant farmland, which in the warmer months is lush with wildflowers. Large white columns of the Tuscan portico frame the rolling hillside and the surrounding country homes of Virginia’s Piedmont. Originally built in the late 18th century as a plantation home, the walls have withstood two major U.S. wars, even housing generals during the Revolutionary War, before undergoing a two-year renovation into The Inn at Willow Grove in 2010.