The Donohues purchased the farm in Madison Heights, Virginia in '96. In the 1800's, this place was a large plantation. By the time the Donohues purchased the land, it had become an auto junkyard with an old, run-down house. Looking at it now, it's hard to remember the school bus in the backyard, the three foot high grass, and the mounds of junk covered in sticker bushes. As seen below, the farm has been renovated, and the current project is a small chapel. Similar to Cuirm House, it is bigger on the inside than it looks from the outside. The farm is home to the Donohues, and it's a special place to many of their friends. Hopefully, you'll get the chance to visit one day.