Long Meadow Farm is listed on the National Register of Historic places listings in Warren County, Virginia. It was built in 1848, and is a two-story, five bay, brick dwelling in a transitional Federal / Greek Revival style. A kitchen wing was added in 1891. Also on the property is a Hite family cemetery, an 18th-century frame overseer's house, an 18th-century stone spring house with an attached frame icehouse, and a late-19th century barn. The property is nestled along the beautiful Shenandoah River overlooked by Signal Knob which is the northern peak of the Massanutten Mountain Range of the Appalachians.

In the almost 200 year history of Long Meadow Farm, it has only been owned by only two families, the Hites and the Brumbacks.

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