Herndon developer dedicates land with house of Confederate spy to park authority

She lived at the home from 1869 until her death in 1924. More recently, David and Winifred Meiselman owned the property and continued to live on it through a life estate lease agreement with Arrowbrook Centre LLC.

The stakeholders decided to dedicate the property to preserve its local history. 

The property’s home is on the state and national register for historic places because of its connection with the Civil War and its architectural development. 

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