Location is Everything. This beautiful 300+ year old fieldstone & log, freestanding building is set in the middle of the town, on Main St. Marshall, VA. Steeped with charm, this gable-roofed building has great visibility/ exposure with easy access to Rt 66 and Rt 55. Historically, the original Stone section was built in 1709, with a newer Log addition added (ca. 1805) and has one foot deep windows, exposed stone interior, working fireplace with a beautiful mantel. The history of the Marshall Stone House is thought to be one of the oldest free standing stone buildings in Fauquier County. It has been said to be one of the main meeting places for the residents of Old Salem, now known as Marshall VA. Thought to be built by John Jacob Rector, one of the founding members of Rectortown. Sometime before the Civil War it was a dry good store. During the war, it served as the town post office. Records show a School, a private residence, and for 40 years it served as an insurance agency. Most recently, it was the home of a music school. The building would be perfect for a accounting office, lawyers office, insurance, even wine tasting location, or retail store. It really is a must see to appreciate all the charm it has to offer.
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