The Historic Mote-Morris House, built in 1892, and one of only a few original remaining residences in Leesburg, suffered severe fire damage in 2018. With its Victorian architecture, two-story bays and four-story turrets, this home had had very minor modifications in its 102 years. However, as a result of this unfortunate occurrence, there was a considerable amount of damage done to the building, both structurally and cosmetic. With the assistance of Evergreen Construction, the City of Leesburg was able to successfully restore the Mote-Morris House back to its original charm.
Architect: KMF Architects
Contractor: Evergreen Construction
Project Cost: $1,516,000.00
Start Date of Restoration: August 2019
Estimated Completion: January 2021