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Cabell's Mill

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Built between 1753 and 1759, Cabell's Mill operated until 1916, when it was purchased by Ellanor C. Lawrence and converted into a guest house. Over the years since it has hosted many Washington dignitaries, including Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt. In 1971 Fairfax County acquired the property and converted it into Ellanor C. Lawrence Park.  Today, the mill is available to Fairfax County residents for special events, where it can seat 80 people for a banquet or 125 people for a cocktail reception. If you include an outdoor tent on the patio it can seat even more. It features hardwood flooring, a pantry with counter space and a working fireplace.  Tables and chairs can also be provided.
5235 Walney Rd, Centreville, VA 20120
(703) 378-2535
  • Accessibility Details: It is handicapped accessible, but there is no indoor accessibility between floors
  • Accessible: yes
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