The Homes & Businesses of Delaplane, Virginia

Today the village of Delaplane remains home to Emmanuel Episcopal Church, an antique shop, and a working post office. Nearby towns of UppervilleMiddleburg, and Marshall also provide commercial services to Delaplane's widely spaced residents. Delaplane's proximity to Washington, D.C., as well as a remarkably well preserved 19th century agricultural heritage, gave rise to numerous and expansive country estates; many of which are individually listed on the National Register of Historic Places such as Mount Bleak HouseMorelandOak Hill, an early home of John MarshallChief Justice of the United States,[2] AshleighBelle Grove, and Woodside.  Although Delaplane's farming community is historically associated with champion Black Angus cattle, Delaplane today comprises almost two-thirds of the Middleburg American Viticultural Area, [1] with the Delaplane zip code encompassing more working vineyards than any other on the east coast of the United States.  Wikipedia


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