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Historic Alexandria Home with Beautiful Mural Asks $6.8M

See if you can spot all of the original details in this home

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]