The sky is the limit with this historic Lynchburg landmark. The old George M. Jones Memorial Library sits within the Rivermont’s Historic District. Designed by architects Frye, Chesterman, and Pond, this is one of Lynchburg’s finest examples of the American Renaissance, an architectural and artistic movement that dominated American public and institutional buildings in the early 20th century. Built at the turn of the 20th century, the stately domed structure, with its monumental facade of Ionic columns, is an expression of Neo-Classical Revival style that followed Lynchburg’s growth at the end of the 19th century. It still retains its beautiful interior and exterior stonework, flooring, and original hardwood doors, trim, and hardware throughout. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to own a piece of Lynchburg’s historic past and future.
|Year||Tax||Change||Tax assessment||Tax assessment change|
|2019||$ 3,924.00||0.00 %||$ 0.00||0.00 %|