PROS: beautiful house on top of the hill; resplendent gardens surrounding the house; this is a must-see stop while riding the tram in Arlington National Cemetery. You will be touched by the story of how this property which was owned by Robert Lee and George Washington's step-granddaughter was confiscated from them during the civil war. Dont forget to take sweeping high altitude views of downtown D.C. This house is easily seen from the Lincoln Memorial.
CONS: miniscule museum about Robert E Lee in a small structure in the back of his old mansion in his old property .
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.