The Miller House, 1804 1807. A blank canvas for the creative designer to honor the past while embracing today's modern features. Part of the James Wood Addition of 1758 to the Town of Winchester on the northern half of lot number 2, this is one of the remaining log structures on record within the Historic District. Built in the Federal Period of 1780 - 1820 by Thomas McCune, could this house contain logs salvaged from Fort Loudoun as another Miller house was built from? This three story log & brick home is filled with handsome interior woodwork and hardware from the early 1800's. Famously along the Apple Blossom Parade route! Some of the books this house & it's historical figures are featured in: "What I Know About Winchester." "The Story of One Hundred Old Homes in Winchester, Virginia." "Interior Woodwork of Winchester, Virginia." "A Prominent Place."
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