This house has a cool history that is unique to the area, and the property is very beautiful! I highly recommend a visit, and be sure to ask lots of questions!
and definitely worth a visit. Brought an out of town visitor who really enjoyed the tour and talked about it for most of the rest of the afternoon. If you haven't been give it a go. Best for adults and late teens. Not for kids -nothing to touch and feel.
We went here as part of the Historic Alexandria Candlelight tour. Since its construction in 1785 the house has served as home to thirty-seven members of the Lee family (1785–1903), hundreds of convalescing Union soldiers (1863–1865), the prominent Downham family (1903–1937), and powerful labor leader John L. Lewis (1937–1969). The Lee-Fendall House serves not only as an educational historic house... More
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