Circa 1806 101 N. King was one of the large brick mansions 200+ years ago. Located directly catty corner from the Loudoun County Courthouse, 101 N. King was most recently the legal firm that produced two current Virginia Judges – one District Court Judge – Worcester and Commonwealth of VA Supreme Court Justice – Mimms.
Known locally as the John Carr House, this property has plenty of history with both Leesburg Mayor Bitzer (1905-1907) and the birthplace of the namesake of the historical Leesburg Balch Library.
101 N. King is currently 100% leased.
The building has been transformed into a mixed use that has two professional office suites and three residential apartments (1 two-bedroom and 2 one-bedrooms). The property has its own seven space parking lot, an outdoor brick patio with umbrella tables, and an upper level deck walkway. It is featured on 62 of Exploring Leesburg the Guide to History and Architecture.