Added to OHD on 8/30/17 - Last OHD Update: 4/12/20 -
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8106 Buckland Mill Rd, Gainesville, VA 20155
- 4 Bed
- 2.5 Bath
- 3029 Sq Ft
- 0.37 Ac.
Historic Buckland Tavern is a beautifully restored stone and frame house built in the early 1800's. The ground floor consists of the historic tavern and kitchen along with a storage room. The main level of the home features a large living room with hardwood floors and stone fireplace, a beautiful dining room with wood wainscoting, wood floors and a stone fireplace with antique wood mantle. The home has an expansive kitchen with exposed beam ceiling, wood floors and a copper sink. A mud/laundry room and half bath complete the main level. The upper level has 4 large bedrooms and 2 full bathrooms. All of the rooms have hardwood floors and the master bedroom has a stone fireplace. The property is located in the Buckland Historic District which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and in the Virginia Landmarks Register. It is also listed on the Prince William County Historical Commission registry and is subject to an Historic Preservation Easement with the Virginia Department of Historic Resources. It has been documented that the Tavern was visited by General Lafayette in 1825. It has also been reported that General George Washington was a visitor to the tavern along with the famous circus performer General Tom Thumb which lead to the nickname the "Tavern of the Three Generals". The property sits on a 16,048 sf lot and has a well and septic system. The property was renovated in the 1970’s and the rear clapboard potion of the house was added during that period. There is central air conditioning and electric baseboard heat. An old log cabin style shed is in the rear of the property.
Contact InformationJeffrey Stein, Tranzon Fox,