Town of Lovettsville, Virginia
6 East Pennsylvania Avenue
P.O. Box 209
Lovettsville, VA 20180
Phone: (540) 822-5788
Fax: (540) 822-5788
M-F 8:30am - 4:30pm
Lovettsville Miniature Replicas


Looking for a unique present for someone who lives in or has fond memories of Lovettsville?  Consider purchasing a limited edition replica of prominent buildings throughout our community.

All proceeds from the sale of these replicas are used to support Lovettsville's annual Oktoberfest Celebration.

 
Prices:
$17 The 2013 Edition "Walker Pavilion"
$12 All previous year buildings
$8 Welcome Sign

To order please call (540) 822-5788, e-mail oktoberfest@lovettsvilleva.gov
or stop by Town Hall at 6 East Pennsylvania Avenue.

 
The Walker Pavilion
The new pavilion, located on the Town Green, was constructed by the Town to serve as an entertainment venue and meeting place for the community.  The pavilion is used for the summer Movies on the Green series and is named in honor of long serving Mayor Elaine Walker. 
 
The Pete George Center
This building located at 2 North Berlin Pike has several business currently occupying the structure, and is best know for being the home of Bonnie's Country Kitchen.  Bonnie Hawker is celebrating her 25th year in business in 2012.
 

Town Welcome Sign 

The sign welcomes travelers heading north along Berlin Pike.

 

The George Werking House
2 South Loudoun Street

The house is a fine example of a Virginia vernacular family town dwelling from the 1830s.  The house is named aver the Pennsylvania wheelwright who lived there with his family in the mid-19th century.

 

Lovettsville Library
North Light Street

The first Lovettsville Library opened in 1979 in the building that now serves as the Lovettsville Museum.  In 1985 the Library becan an offical branch of the Loudoun County Public Libraries.  In 1990 the current Liburary building on North Light Street opened its door.  This Library was further expanded in 2005.

 

Lovettsville Elementary School
South Loudoun Street

This structure was built in 1972 with a renovation and  expansion within the past five years.

 

Lovettsville Museum
4 East Pennsylvania Avenue

This building first served as the Thomas L. Potterfield Meat Store around 1900.  The structure is now home to the Lovettsville Historical Society Museum.

 

Freedom Lodge #118
28 East Broad Way

The Ancient, Free & Accepted Masons Lodge was constructed in 1869.

 

SOLD OUT - Potterfield House
2 East Pennsylvania Avenue

Designated as one of the oldest dwellings in Lovettsville, it served as the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Potterfield, and their famous daughters "Miss Dot" and Miss Winnie", lifelong residents and teachers in our Town.
 

 

SOLD OUT - St. James United Church of Christ
10 East Broad Way

Established circa 1733 as a German Reformed Congregation.  The present building was constructed in 1902.

 
St. James Church Parsonage
East Broad Way

The Parsonage was constructed in 1913, next to St. James Reformed Church. 

 

Lovettsville Volunteer Fire and Rescue Company

In 1966 the organization received its charter from the State Corporation Commission. The current building was constructed in 1976 with new additions in 1983 and 1995.

 

Lovettsville Community Center
East Broad Way

The Community Center is operated by the Loudoun County Department of Parks, Recreation and Community Services.

 

New Jerusalem Lutheran Parish
Lutheran Church Road

The congregation for this church was formed in 1765.

 

Lovettsville Game Club
South Berlin Pike

The Lovettsville Game Protective Association is devoted to protecting and promoting wildlife in the community.

 

SOLD OUT - African Methodist Episcopal Church and School House
1 North Berlin Pike

This structure was purchased by former slaves in 1865 to be used as a church and school house.

 

SOLD OUT - Hickman House and Stone Dairy
East Broad Way

The house was built in 1909 by Charles Wire, father of Sue Wire Hickman.  It was built on the foundation of the previous home which had burned.  The stone dairy was built prior to that time.

 

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