Did you know our farm house is a part of Virginia history?
The farmhouse originally known as Oakdale was built in 1902. In this historic house we used to have a post office in our kitchen! It’s true. In the early 1900’s the old Farrington Post Office sold stamps and sent packages from our farmhouse as part of the rural “Star” postal route. By 1935 the roads in Hanover had improved to the point that rural postage stops closed.
Four Generations of Tradition
Members of the Sears family have lived in the property’s century-old farmhouse for four generations. Today, our family and our amazing staff focus on everything from Hanover Tomatoes to some of the best events in the Richmond area. There is nothing that makes our family happier than having so many get to enjoy the farm as we do! We can’t wait for you to visit.