Jordan Springs, Virginia

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Jordan Springs
Unincorporated community
Jordan Springs is located in Virginia
Jordan Springs
Jordan Springs
Jordan Springs is located in the US
Jordan Springs
Jordan Springs
Location within the state of Virginia
Coordinates: 39°12′55″N 78°5′2″W / 39.21528°N 78.08389°W / 39.21528; -78.08389Coordinates: 39°12′55″N 78°5′2″W / 39.21528°N 78.08389°W / 39.21528; -78.08389
Country United States
State Virginia
County Frederick
Time zone Eastern (EST) (UTC-5)
 • Summer (DST) EDT (UTC-4)
GNIS feature ID 1499612[1]

Jordan Springs is an unincorporated community and historic estate located approximately four miles from Winchester along Lick Run in Frederick County, Virginia, on Jordan Springs Road (VA 664) to the north of Devils Backbone. Jordan Springs was formerly the Historic Jordan Springs Hotel and the Holy Trinity Mission Seminary. Today, the 48,000-square-foot (4,500 m2) historic building is a wedding, event, and conference center and also home to County Court Reporters. The property is owned and managed by Tonie Wallace-Aitken and Greig Aitken, with assistance from the property event coordinator, Colt Nutter. The Unincorporated community adjacent to the historic grounds is also known as Jordan Springs.

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  • Jordan Springs Road (SR 664)
  • Woods Mill Road (SR 660)
  • Monastery Ridge Road

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