Designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright for an average-income family, this house was completed in 1942 and was moved to its ... More
Frank Lloyd Wright's Pope-Leighey House
Designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright for an average-income family, this house was completed in 1942 and was moved to its present location on the grounds of Woodlawn Plantation from the original site in Falls Church in 1964. This \"Usonian\" house is a compact, modern house built for efficiency and it is owned and operated by the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
Phillip Richard Fendell built this mansion in 1785. Light Horse Harry Lee, an American Revolutionary War hero, was a frequent
visitor, as was his good friend George Washington. It was here that Harry Lee wrote the immortal words for ...
Built in 1753 by Scottish merchant John Carlyle for his wife, Carlyle House is one of the grandest in Alexandria
. It found its place in history in 1755 when General Braddock set up his headquarters in the mansion ...
Long before the establishment of Washington, DC, Alexandria was a town centered in politics and commerce. The founding fathers often
met here to discuss freedom and revolution. Visit Robert E. Lee's boyhood home and that of his father, General ...