By Caroline Biggs

Published on August 8, 2016

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Per TopTenRealEstateDeals, the 400-acre spread, also known as the “Atoka Farm,” is where Taylor wed her seventh husband, politician John Warner, in 1976.

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A stone manor built in 1860 serves as the central residence, offering three levels, five bedrooms, an indoor pool and over 7,000 square feet of living

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The historic manse also holds distinct architectural details, including crown moldings, wainscoting, and a fieldstone facade.

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You’ll also find multiple barns, a tennis court, and an authentic log cabin on the secluded grounds.

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As well as several separate run-in sheds, split-rail fencing, and hundred-year old boxwood trees.

Photography by MRIS VIA CTPOST

The pastoral place is said to have reminded Taylor of her childhood in England, where she grew up riding horses in the bucolic English countryside.