In 1824, this Alexandria, Virginia home hosted General Lafayette, and soon it will house its newest homebuyer. This 200-year-old home, known as the Lafayette House, is on the market for $6.8 million with five bedrooms and three bathrooms. A few of the more stunning details found in the listing include the mantels on the fireplaces and the hand-painted mural of General Lafayette reviewing the troops during the Revolutionary War.
On the upper levels, there is a library and a placqued room, while in the backyard, there is a private walled garden with brick patios and a pond. There is also off-street parking for three cars.
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• 301 Saint Asaph Street S [Estately]