Nationally Registered Historic landmark at risk of demolition
Photograph by Walt Lawrence
The Cornwell Farm residence in Great Falls, Virginia is one of Northern Virginia’s most significant historical properties with a 19th Century Virginia antebellum Manor House circa 1831. The property was accepted into the National Register of Historic Places on April 13, 1977.
Located 12 miles from Washington, DC and just one mile east of Great Falls Village, the property offers 6 acres of land with the option to acquire up to 7 additional acres.