The abandoned Selma mansion. Selma is a historic property and former plantation in Loudoun County, Virginia, near Leesburg. Selma is best known as the residence of Armistead Thomson Mason, a U.S. Senator from Virginia from 1816 through 1817
The drive along Rte. 50 between Loudoun and Fauquier Counties will bring you through the heart of Virginia's hunt country with beautiful countrysides, centuries old villages, field stone houses, magnificent estates and horse fams, and scenic views at the top of Ashby's Gap at the top of the Blue Ridge Mountains.