A Picturesque setting in the blue ridge

Huntingfield Farm was purchased in 1957 by Thomas Vail Farrell and his wife, Diana Weeks Farrell.  Tom was the son of Major General Walter Greatsinger Farrell and Francis Vail Farrell.  He was born in Washington, DC, served in the Marine Corps and graduated from the University of California, Berkeley with a Bachelor of Science degree in agriculture.  Tom and Diana married in 1955 and raised five children at Huntingfield Farm - Lilli Farrell, Thomas "Paddy" Farrell Jr., Diana Farrell, Peter Farrell, and Michael Farrell.  Tom was a committed science teacher at St. Anne’s-Belfield School in Charlottesville, Virginia from 1963 until 1977.  Diana raised their five children and gave selflessly to her community, friends and St. Thomas Aquinas Church in nearby Greenwood, Virginia.

Huntingfield Farm is now owned equally by the five children.  They are committed to honoring the memory of their parents by keeping the farm in the family and maintaining its historic nature.  They renovated the home in 2016 and are happy to share this treasure with you.


Thank you for sharing your beautiful home and property with us for our daughter’s special day! Your generosity and hospitality is beyond words, and we can never thank you enough.
— Gwyn & Van
Lovely stay, gorgeous property! Hope to see you soon -
— Kat & Jeff
Staying at Huntingfield Farms Farmhouse was one of the highlights of our daughters wedding weekend. The farmhouse was the perfect place for the bride, bridesmaids and family to stay and enjoy being together. The beautiful scenery and charming home added to the magic of the weekend.
— Leida