A roadside delight and rare survivor from the time when U.S. 29 was the major transportation corridor for Fairfax County, the Anchorage shows the hand of an exuberant designer, entranced with nautical imagery. Prows, a lighthouse, and portholes dominate the facade. How much longer it will exist before development takes it over is unknown.
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