If you love the work of Frank Lloyd Wright, this is a definite destination. It's tucked away in a wooded area, with the surrounding landscape preserved to compliment the building. The size of this house is surprisingly small but would best be described as cozy and intimate. It isn't hard to imagine this as your hideaway in the mountains! It's on a property known as Woodlawn which has additional architecture and grounds to discover. The property once belonged to George Washington and was part of the Mt. Vernon estate. It was given to his nephew. The Georgian/Federal mansion was built by the architect of the U.S. Capitol. It is the first historic site of the National Trust. Events and lectures are on the calendar. Open March- mid December.
Good for families with older children, friends or on your own.
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