There are still opportunities to be part of Buchanan’s award winning renaissance. Join our creative team which has restored more than three dozen historic downtown properties. Building on the Town’s historic resources, owners are respecting each properties unique history and architectural integrity while creating niche businesses, new jobs, attracting tourists and new residents to the community while building a better community in which to live and do business.
Inventory of Available Buildings and or Businesses For Sale
19318 Main Street – The former Virginia Can Company/ Hafleigh Button Factory buildings provides an opportunity to adaptively reuse this historic manufacturing complex for creative new mixed uses such as upscale downtown living, a microbrewery or brewpub, restaurant and retail shops and office space.
Originally built for use as a canning factory then button factory, these buildings are a testimony to the history of early manufacturing while offering a wealth of possibilities for creative new uses. The structures are listed on the National Register as a contributing structures to the Town’s Historic District making them eligible for Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credits for qualified renovation.
Call the Town Manager at 540-254-1212 to discuss the possibilities for the property. Call property owner John Lipscomb at 540-266-8613 for additional information on the purchase of the buildings.
19818 Main Street – Glow-A-Rama Entertainment Complex – For Sale – Two-story masonry construction buildings, consisting of 22,000 square feet, with 85’ of Main Street frontage, zoned TR–Trade. Buildings and/or business may be divided, or, sold separately. These buildings are ideal for recreation center, antique mall, general retail, indoor flea market, sports bar, restaurant, etc. See details at www.glowarama.com or contact Ken Bray at 540-591-9021 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
19758 Main Street – One story brick commercial building consisting of 2,530 square feet with a paved parking lot behind the building. This property is zoned Trade. The interior of this historic building features high ceilings with a pressed metal ceiling. The property has been used for retail and most recently a restaurant.
For information call Wayne Adkins at 540-476-0522. This building is on the National Register as a contributing structure to the Town’s Historic District making it eligible for Rehabilitation Tax Credits for qualified renovations.
19752 Main Street – One story brick commercial building consisting of more than 2,000 square feet. This property is zoned Trade. The interior of this historic building features high ceilings with a pressed metal ceiling. This building is on the National Register as a contributing structure to the Town’s Historic District making it eligible for Rehabilitation Tax Credits for qualified renovations. For information contact Kenny Sexton at 540 – 969 – 9465.
19391 Main Street – The ”Anchorage” circa 1840 has quite the storied past! This three bay Greek Revival was purchased in 1852 by Commodore William Conway Whittle. Whittle served in the CSA Navy and fought in the battle of New Orleans. It was said that he then worked eradicating pirates after the Civil War. The Anchorage was used as a tourist house in the early 20th Century. Since then the property has seen many uses from a Funeral Parlor to being operated as a German Restaurant. These brick walls have stories to tell. This extremely spacious home lends itself well for a rooming house, a Bed and Breakfast, or just a magnificent place to raise a large family. For information contact David Carter, James River Realty LLC, 540-797-7662, email@example.com
630 Lowe Street – For Sale – One story restaurant formerly The Copper Top Restaurant & Lounge. Restaurant is 2,781 square feet on a 0.1894 acre lot. The restaurant equipment conveys with the property. This structure is across the street from the Buchanan Town Park Boat Landing. For information contact Roger Davis, Senior Sales (804) 914 – 6827. Real Estate Listing