Rare offering in Lincoln, Virginia. The Janney Store building, circa 1874 was once the landmark Janney general store. Originally named "Lyceum Hall" which was meant to be a "center for educational and temperance purposes", until the 1920's when the Janney family bought the building and opened the Janney Store. Rich with history, the exterior of the building remains largely unchanged, but the interior was lovingly restored by one of Loudoun County's premier stone and woodworking artisans. The restorations marry nicely modern fixtures and finishes that now include an open plan studio including a gathering room, dining area, bedroom, 1 full bath, 1 half bath, and a galley kitchen. The left side of the building has a separate entrance and has been used as the Lincoln Post Office for many years. Lincoln is a charming destination in Western Loudoun County. Xfinity high speed internet! The village is just South of Purcellville. Lincoln was established as the community of Goose Creek in the 1750s by Quaker settlers, and was renamed shortly after the President Lincoln was elected. This property is protected on the National Register of Historic places under the Goose Creek Historic District. This district covers about 10,000 acres south of Hamilton and Purcellville and includes the village of Lincoln. Available to show on 11/12. Note Restricted times. Cannot show on the weekends. Appointment only. Zoned RC (rural commercial). SO many uses including as a residence.
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