Ashby House Antiques
  Distinctive Interiors-Contemporary Life 




 Tuesday through Saturday                       Sunday
 11 am until 5 pm                                 12 noon until 5 pm

Ashby House Antiques is located in Upperville, Virginia in a repurposed historic church in the heart of Hunt Country. Just eight miles past the town of Middleburg and three miles east of Ashby Gap, this sanctuary showcases vintage pieces, distinctive furniture, artwork, jewelry and much more. Owner, Lois Kerchner hand selects her inventory, always looking for pieces that fit today’s lifestyle, providing an evolving unique collection of antiques and fine home furnishings. 

Along with vintage pieces and distinctive furniture, Ashby House Antiques offers charming gift items such as coffee table books, hand rolled beeswax candles, Votivo products, European linens and MiddyNMe riding shirts.

      See what's in store by visiting our online Gallery, or come by soon and we will show you around.

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Owner Lois Kerchner has been selling antiques and offering her interior design and expertise services to various clients, through her other business, Interiors by Whitcairn. She has designed both locally and nationally, helping create functional, beautiful homes for individuals and families in a variety of settings with various budgets. Ashby House Antiques and Interiors by Whitcairn provide a fresh approach to creating and achieving your decorating needs. Custom design services include color consults, window treatments, custom furnishings, upholstery services, floor and wall coverings, and lighting fixtures. Complete interior design services are available by appointment or during regular business hours.


 Goose Creek Church was organized February 4, 1775 near  Upperville,  Virginia. In 1809, two churches in Fauquier  County, Upper Goose  Creek and Lower Goose Creek, joined  together. In 1825 both churches  moved and rebuilt the  church in the Village of Upperville, changing  their name to  the Upperville Primitive Baptist Church. During the  Civil  War, the Church's meeting house, as an act of war, was  burnt  down, only to be rebuilt.
In August 2008, interior designer and decorator Wanda Crossley and her partner, Kevin Chadwick, an artist and former illustrator, purchased the property from the trustees of the church and transformed the 175 year old church and 700 foot meeting house. Inside they  raised the altar, removed the paneling and acoustical ceiling, rebuilt the walls and added detailing to the inside of structure. Today, natural light pours through the windows into the 1,200 square foot space raising the 16 foot ceilings. The couple also re-designed the sidewalk and parking lot, along with the landscaping and gardens.
Now home to Ashby House Antiques, this beautiful space provides an excellent showcase for Lois’s fresh displays of antiques for our modern lifestyle.