This extravagant mansion is the legacy of a local immigrant success story. Christian Heurich, a German orphan, made his ... More
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This extravagant mansion is the legacy of a local immigrant success story. Christian Heurich, a German orphan, made his fortune in beer. His 31-room home, lavish and eccentric, is full of turrets, onyx fireplaces and the furnishings used by he and his family in the 20th Century. Victorian excess, carved wood and a lovely garden make the property a must-see for fans of design and architecture. There are walking tours of the Mansion and the Victorian Garden on the property.
The house far more beautiful than the one in the photo. The house in the photo is next door and part of the Egyptian Embassy.
The Heurich House is a wonderful collection of art, furnishings and architecture that tell the story of Dupont Circle during the "glory days"
I will always recommend the house as part of a visit to Washington.
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