House Description: Not only does this home have an amazing location, The Stone House also features a magnificent living room with a 26' cathedral ceiling, exposed beams and Shakespearean balcony. Adding to this stately interior, the home boasts stone walls over 20" thick, 3 full baths, a large kitchen, and full basement with washer and dryer. Interior renovations have restored the kitchen, bathrooms and bedrooms while maintaining the majestic ambiance of the original details. Residents of The Stone House also enjoy the convenience off street parking.
Overall Property: This historic home was built in 1927 by Malcolm L. MacLeod, who was a UVA student, and later became a UVA professor. His good friend, Edward Stettinius, Secretary of State in 1944, who attended UVA until 1924, was a frequent visitor and house guest. Professor MacLeod's English Tudor-style home is situated in a prime location at the corner of Stadium Road and JPA, the Stone House is just steps from Cabell Hall, the Engineering School and the UVA Medical Center. Silhouetted by mature landscaping, the home’s unique stone exterior and distinctive architectural details offer a rare residential experience. The current owners have lovingly restored this grand home to its original splendor! See this residential gem for yourself by calling to schedule a tour of this lovely historic home.
MSC residents are invited to use MSC’s two-story clubhouse, which is fully equipped with a gym, tanning bed, two business centers, two study rooms, a lounge area with a two-way fireplace & flat screen televisions, a resident kitchen, and a game room!