A wonderful opportunity to own a piece of Purcellville history, this lovely five bedroom three and a half bath fieldstone home was constructed in 1926 by a well known local merchant. Extensive improvements and renovations to all 4 floors were completed this past winter. Many features original to the home are still present and were carefully considered by the present owners when completing the renovation of the kitchen and primary bedroom suite. In addition all windows have been replaced, the plaster and paint have been updated and all hardwood floors have been refinished. A versatile floor plan includes multiple living areas and home office options. The upper level includes a spacious primary suite with bath and flex space which can be used as a sitting room or home office. Three additional bedrooms complete the upper level with access to a fully finished attic with full bath and fifth bedroom. The home is within walking distance to downtown Purcellville and is sited on just over a half acre lot with vintage boxwoods and mature trees and a two car detached garage. **some photos are virtually staged** Purcellville: The population center of the Loudoun Valley, Purcellville is another small Loudoun town where residents look to get away from the turbulence of the D.C. Metro Area. A town dominated by Victorian architecture, Purcellville’s façade has remained intact since the early 20th century. However, as Loudoun’s population has grown so has Purcellville’s. The area once home to only the small mom and pop shops along its main street is now a fully independent and self-reliant town. A number of subdivisions surrounding the town have increased its population in recent years, but despite this influx of people and modern commodities Purcellville remains Loudoun’s true “small town.” The close knit persona of this town and its residents is unrivaled in surrounding counties and is a reason many individuals decide to ultimately call Purcellville home.