The Rest- For rent ~ Historic home and grounds in DC
The Rest- For rent ~ Historic house and grounds in DC
This historic charmer, constructed in 1799, is the oldest residence in Tenleytown. The exceptional residence sits on .40 acre of beautifully landscaped totally-fenced and private grounds. Positioned only two blocks to the metro, nonetheless a single can sit on the wrap-about porch or in the gazebo & appreciate quiet serenity. The Rest is from a time of gracious living, seen in the grand living places, decorative fireplaces, sunny alcoves & gorgeous specifics. There is a massive master suite, three or 4 added bedrooms, 4 full baths in addition to a tower space – all with period touches. This house is best for each formal & casual entertaining. The curved inviting drive has a lot of area for guests to park. Really this is a 1-of-a type historic house, with a grape arbor to sit below, a pergola & a children’s play region. The Rest is even featured on a vintage callbox at the corner of 39th & Yuma. Obtainable for a lengthy term rental, this is a best residence for a diplomat or any person searching for surprising serenity close to the best almost everything Washington has to offer. If interested, the guest property is obtainable for $1000 further. Please get in touch with Wicca 202-595-1220 for much more information.
From: Wicca Davidson
Arlington House ~ The Robert E. Lee Memorial ~ Historic
Arlington Property, The Robert E. Lee Memorial, formerly named the Custis-Lee Mansion is a Greek revival style mansion situated in Arlington, Virginia, USA that was as soon as the residence of Confederate General Robert E. Lee. It overlooks the Potomac River and the National Mall in Washington, D.C. During the American Civil War, the grounds of the mansion have been selected as the site of Arlington National Cemetery, in element to guarantee that Lee would never ever again be in a position to return to his home. Even so, the United States has given that designated the mansion as a National Memorial to Lee, a mark of widespread.
By Onasill ~ Bill Badzo on 2003-06-01 00:00:00