Annaburg Manor is a historic plantation house located in Manassas, Virginia. The property was originally built in the late 18th century by Thomas Fairfax, a prominent landowner in the area. In the years following its construction, Annaburg Manor served as a working farm, producing tobacco, grain, and other crops.
In recent years, the property has undergone significant renovations to restore it to its former glory. These renovations have included the restoration of the main house and outbuildings, as well as the addition of modern amenities such as a swimming pool and tennis courts. The property is now used for events such as weddings, corporate retreats, and other special occasions.
Annaburg Manor is a popular destination for those interested in history, as it offers a glimpse into the lives of Virginia's early settlers. The property is open to the public for tours and events, and is a popular spot for locals and visitors alike.
Annaburg Manor's extensive exterior restoration includes restoring the asphalt roof to slate, repairing the deteriorated cornice and box gutter, and preserving the many historic characteristics that make Annaburg Manor so significant. Alongside our sister company, Durable Restoration, we are undertaking the work using accepted historic preservation practices and materials.
Deteriorated decking is being replaced in-kind and the new roof will feature copper valley, flashing, and pans. Expertly installed, this roof should have a life expectancy in excess of 150 years.
To learn more, please visit The Durable Restoration Company's project page for Annaburg Manor.