Andrew Johnston House and Wedding Venue

The oldest surviving brick house in Giles County, the Johnston house was built in 1829 by one of Pearisburg’s founding fathers, Colonel Andrew Johnston. The design of the interior is based on a simple colonial plan with a central hall flanked by a room on either side, perfect places for you to use to get ready for your big day. On the ground floor a dinning room ell wing is attached at the rear. And the house possesses numerous pieces of Johnston family furniture. Rare and unusual decorative painted borders can be seen in the principal rooms on both floors. With hedges on either side and under a balcony, the lawn is the perfect place to say your vows.

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Historic Home/Plantation, Wedding Venues

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