Farr Homeplace was built in 1880 by Richard Ratcliffe Farr at the site of his previous home that was set aflame by Union soldiers after he fired upon the federal troops. It is located at 10230 Main Street, Fairfax.


History and Local Real Estate

Virginia was one of the 13 colonies and many of our Founding Fathers are directly tied to Northern Virginia.  Not to mention, several major Civil War campaigns occurred in or near this area.

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Related Communities: Fairfax, and Fairfax County


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