LaMontagne at Bluemont | History
This old historic farmhouse maintains the charm and beauty of the early 1800’s when the house started as a log dwelling. The original logs can be seen from the basement stairway.
The second floor and stairwell were built by Quaker craftsmen at some point in time. The house with the wide plank floors and rustic furnishings retains the look of past centuries and richness of character.
In the late 1800’s, the LaMontagne house was likely used as a bed and breakfast establishment. Tourists came to Bluemont to escape the sweltering heat of Washington and Alexandria. Bluemont was considered the cultural and vacation capital of Northern Virginia.