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  • The Land Report Magazine

    Located in Waynesboro, Pennsylvania, Long Meadow Acres presents a rare opportunity to own one of the last great estates outside of Washington, D.C. Owned and maintained by the same family for over a century, this property features a mixture of mature hardwood forest, pasture, and a stunning variety of ornamental trees. This 135 acre estate is well suited for a variety of purposes, from an equestrian estate and working farm to a family compound or corporate retreat.

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