Turn-key main street commercial building in historic village of Middleburg with ideal location on the corner of Washington (main street) and Liberty. Exposed interior log and stones walls, original hardwood floors and 5 fireplaces showcase this building's rich history dating back to the 1700's as two log cabins joined by a stone fireplace. Unique floor plan provides over 4,300 square feet of space accessed by two separate entrances from main street and two entrances from the rear. (See Floor Plan). Also includes 3 half-baths, six closets or changing rooms, two small offices in the back of the building, and two upper-level storage rooms over the original log cabins. Prime main street location with a welcoming covered front porch and a large display window. In the early 1900's, it was named the "Moran House" after long-time local merchant, John Moran. The rear part of the building was originally detached and said to be an old Blacksmith Shop. Over time to buildings were adjoined and it became a well-known home goods and women's clothing store called "The Iron Jockey". More recently the building was a retail boutique for both men's and women's clothing. Own a piece of Middleburg history!