Built in 2000, this unique home in Bluemont’s Boxley Farms community was inspired by a waterfront property design which provides its owners with outstanding panoramic views of its lush, country setting. Sited centrally on 16.1 acres, the window array at the rear faces northeast so that the morning and early afternoon sun fills the living areas with natural light. The home has four bedrooms, including the primary bedroom and attached bathroom plus a second primary bedroom and attached bathroom, all on the entry level. The third and fourth bedrooms on the second level share a bathroom. The spacious kitchen with breakfast area includes a Wolf 5 burner propane cooktop with Gaggenau built in steamer, a copper Broan exhaust hood, Sub Zero refrigerator/freezer with cabinet doors and double wall ovens. The far end of the kitchen has a pleasant family room with wood burning fireplace and large octagonal windows to the side of the house. Off the kitchen is the dining room and living room, separated by its double sided fireplace. The living room has expansive glass doors and windows to the back deck and views beyond. The finished lower level, accessed from a staircase from the main level as well as easy walk up steps to the backyard, includes a climate controlled wine cellar with display window to the living area, a large den thoughtfully configured for cozy gatherings and games, a smaller sitting room, an additional bonus room and a full bathroom. The laundry room, on the entry level, is conveniently located in the mudroom with its own door to the outside, and from there a breezeway takes you to the two-car, oversized garage. An attractive, recently built Amish two-stall barn, with electrically operated stairs to the hayloft, sits within a short walk of the house and, with the addition of supplemental fencing, would result in a wonderful horse property. The lot, almost exactly half way along Calumet Lane, a private road with a community road maintenance agreement, combines significant wooded acreage with large open grassland, which, closer to the house, is kept verdant courtesy of the buried irrigation system.