Oldest House in McLean is For Sale

Log cabin from 1700s sits on more than 4 acres.

The oldest house in McLean is for sale for $1,350,000.
The oldest house in McLean is for sale for $1,350,000.
Calling all history buffs: The oldest house in McLean is on the market. The home at 1032 Towlston Road, aka "The Thomas Lewis Home" went on the market this week for $1,350,000. (The home has also been known as the Smith [Temple] House or James Oliver house, according to Fairfax County.)

The log cabin, built in the early 1700s, exudes charm and features an addition that was created in the 1980s. You'll have loads of privacy — the driveway is one-third of a mile — to the rolling 4.35 acre property, overlooking ponds and woods. 

The 4,392-square foot home features five-bedrooms and 3.5-baths. Stay cozy with three wood-burning fireplaces.

Interested? You can find out more about the house on Zillow.com. Or contact the listing agent at Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc. 
Amrish Pinto (Realtor) March 28, 2014 at 09:16 AM
Hope it's been updated. Those 1700s era wood stoves don't have much on a Viking gas range : )


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