About Pamela Baldwin
Pamela Baldwin is retired from a career in international development as a USAID Foreign Service officer, having served in Asia, eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union She and her late husband purchased historic WeatherLea Farm in 1993. In addition to the Shepherd's Cottage, the farm also features a 1794 farmhouse and a mid-19th century barn. Its rolling fields are home to flock of Romney sheep and two guard llamas, two horses, a small vineyard of Cabernet Franc wine grapes.
The historic barn serves as a wedding venue and event space. Pamela enjoys sharing her property with guests from all over the U.S. and overseas.
Pamela Baldwin purchased this Cottage in 1992
Why Pamela Baldwin chose Loudoun County
The Shepherd's Cottage is highly suitable for families or reunions with a few friends., featuring 3 bedrooms, a full kitchen and dining space, a deck with grill and outdoor picnic table. . Our location is unbeatable for a wide variety of sights and activities -- historic, recreational, rural and epicurean -- while also offering easy access to Washington DC and Baltimore, MD. We have also been a favorite place for writers to work in peace and quiet while taking advantage of our internet connections. We recently served as the location for an independent film, and for a renowned group of artists who painted our outstanding landscapes during the autumn season. The cottage also serves as an ideal space for brides and bridesmaids to receive services from hair and makeup artists before their weddings here at WeatherLea between May and October.
What makes this Cottage unique
Having lived abroad for a number of years, Pamela especially enjoys hosting international guests!
Our location is ideal for an amazing array of historic sites, recreational opportunities, and great food and wine.