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SFI's Community Partners 

LINE X

Protective Coatings

Fredericksburg, VA

540-361-1949

http://www.linex.com/us/line-x-of-fredericksburg-f0974/about

 

Advanced Automotive, Inc.

Warrenton, VA

540-428-2828

http://advancedautomotiveva.com/

Rick’s Auto Body

Warrenton, VA

540-347-3922

http://advancedautomotiveva.com/

 

John Paul, Realtor, Long & Foster

Warrenton, VA

540-379-8608

http://johnpaulrealtor.com/

 

Mark Goedde, Realtor, Long & Foster

Mclean, VA

703-850-8129

https://www.realtor.com/realestateagents/Mark-Goedde_Mc-Lean_VA_76801_983894351#

Carl Crawford, Realtor, Long & Foster

Warrenton, VA

540-680-1532

http://www.christiesrealestate.com/eng/associate/170-a-78009-74205/carl-crawford

 

Jim Downs, Realtor, ReMax Home Realty

Manassas, VA 

703-501-3626

http://www.jim.remaxhomerealty.com/

 

Amy Stanley, Realtor, Century21 Leading Edge Realty

Manassas, VA

703-400-6709

https://www.century21.com/real-estate-agent/profile/amy-stanley-P25365088

 

Holly Silas, Sr Loan Officer, George Mason Mortgage LLC

Leesburg, VA

703-639-7436

https://www.gmmllc.com/hsilas/

During the time of the Revolution, a settlement was formed near a well-known trading post called The Red Store. It was located between Falmouth-Winchester and Alexandria-Culpepper roads. In 1790 the first Courthouse was built, followed by a jail, and an academy was founded and named after Revolutionary war hero General Joseph Warren. In 1810, Richard Henry Lee donated 71 acres of land, and the town of Warrenton was officially established. By 1850, Railroads reached the town of Warrenton and it became the place of residence for merchants. Today, Old Town Warrenton streets still house these historical landmarks, houses, and old-fashioned brick sidewalks, along with the statue of Chief Justice John Marshall. 

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