Meadowlawn, classic 18th century Quaker farm house in historic Lincoln. Completely restored following the strict guidelines of the Sec. of InteriorStandards for Preservation w/5 fireplaces with pine mantels, beautiful heart pine floors and wavy glass windows. The kitchen is up-to-date with Omega maple cabinetry, granite countertops, a six burner gas cooktop and double ovens. This home will satisfy the most discriminating purchaser seeking the charm and history of a period home with all the modern amenities. Top quality and historically accurate. 4.2 acres w/bank barn, stone spring house and newly added pool and pool house in a picturesque setting with stone walls, mature trees and a meandering stream, all on a quiet country road. Approximately 275 years ago, Edmond Sands received a land grant from Lord Fairfax and constructed a log home that would become known as Meadowlawn. During the Civil War, Meadowlawn was one of the final stops on the Underground Railroad. Before the move north over the Potomac River, slaves would hide in the barn and the owner at the time, Samuel Janney, would bring food and water through an underground tunnel running from the house to the barn, A small door under the stairs in the Foyer provided access to the tunnel. Located in the quaint Quaker Village of Lincoln, the historic property is situated between the towns of Middleburg and Purcellville with easy access to Route 7, the Greenway and Dulles International Airport.