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Roaches in the Attic Antiques

  • Address:
    697 C Spring Street
    Herndon, VA 20170
  • Phone:
    (703) 787-0628
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Established in 1990, Roaches in the Attic Antiques provides a large selection of quality antiques and collectibles. Located in the heart of historic downtown Herndon, owners Pam and Doug Roach take pride in the quality and affordability of items in their shop. With beautiful displays of antique furniture, glassware, porcelain, period lamps and fixtures, the shop has quietly been the place for locals and tourists alike to purchase that one-of-a-kind gift for someone special or simply a great place to find the décor you’ve always wanted for your home or office.

As long time lovers of Early American Pattern Glass, the Roaches have carefully curated a well-edited selection of merchandise second to none in the area. From the quality restoration of the furniture they sell to the authenticity of the antique glassware, Roaches in the Attic Antiques is truly what every antique shop should be.