Middleburg, VA (May 10, 2021) – The Kuhn family, owners of JK Moving Services, has purchased the historic Wolver Hill farm in Middleburg, Virginia. The 496-acre farm includes a historic home that dates back over 100 years and has a rich history in the horse racing community.
The Kuhn family is in the process of putting the land into conservation easement to protect it from future development. The easement will ensure that the farm will remain a working farm and a haven for wildlife for generations to come.
“We are committed to preserving the natural beauty and historic heritage of this special place,” said Chuck Kuhn, founder and CEO of JK Moving Services. “We believe that Wolver Hill Farm is a gem in the Loudoun County landscape, and we are honored to be its stewards.”
Wolver Hill Farm has been in the Iselin family for over 100 years. The Iselin family was a prominent horse racing family, and Wolver Hill Farm was once home to several champion racehorses. The farm also has a long history of agricultural use.
The Kuhn family is a longtime supporter of conservation and preservation efforts. In addition to Wolver Hill Farm, the Kuhn family has also put other properties into conservation easement, including the Middleburg Training Center and the Middleburg Academy.
“We believe that it is important to protect our natural resources and our cultural heritage,” said Stacy Kuhn, wife of Chuck Kuhn. “We are committed to doing our part to ensure that these special places are preserved for future generations.”
The Kuhn family is working with the Virginia Land Conservation Trust to finalize the conservation easement for Wolver Hill Farm. The easement is expected to be completed in the coming months.