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Benjamin Wierman House, also known as the Gorman Lloyd House and Snapp House, is a historic home located at 4049 Flat Rock Rd, Quicksburg, VA 22847. It was built in 1859, and is a two-story, frame I-house dwelling in the Greek Revival style. The house features a long set of new wooden steps that lead up to a small front portico and massive cut limestone chimneys. Since its construction, the house has seen very few alterations, resulting in the retention of the original floor plan and much of the original plaster and woodwork. Some furniture, including a cupboard, chair, and bench, is original to the house as well, and even the names of Wierman’s children can still be read where they were scribbled on the inside of the attic door. Also located on the grounds are the contributing one-story frame spring house with a loft, a small meat house, a frame chicken house, and a horse barn site.
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History and Local Real Estate

Virginia was one of the 13 colonies and many of our Founding Fathers are directly tied to Northern Virginia.  Furthermore, several major Civil War campaigns occurred in or near this area.

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