The atmospheric abode holds a key role in Cameron Beyl’s horror film, “The Veil,” set to hit theaters in 2023. A preview of the flick notes that the cinematic story incorporates science fiction and mystery, and promises “intrigue and strange enigmas.”
The restored stone farmhouse, which is the main setting of the film, is one of the oldest in the region. It was built in the late 1700s and used for many years as a wheat mill.
Original farm equipment can still be found throughout the property’s three buildings, which include the main house, the garage, and a Scottish-Irish log barn. There’s a grand total of nine bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms.
It’s easy to see why Beyl chose the farmhouse for his period film, as it truly gives the impression of stepping back in time.
It features exposed wooden beams, original woodwork, wide-plank hardwood floors, and a primary bedroom with a working fireplace.
One of the home’s early residents is said to have been Capt. Joseph Reed, one of George Washington‘s aides-de-camp in the Revolutionary War.
This 52-acre creekside property also scored another accomplishment: As a lucrative listing on Airbnb, it has already pulled in over $25,000 this year.