Luxury listing: Robert E. Lee manor

Home once lived in by Civil War general maintains luxurious past

This classic brick home in Alexandria looks like it belongs in a history book, and that’s because it does. Originally built by Edmund Jennings Lee in 1801, the home was later lived in by his nephew and Civil War icon, General Robert E. Lee. Featuring classic brick, original light fixtures and lock plates from the 18th century, this mansion will take you back in time while pampering in the present.

The four-bedroom, 6.5-bathroom home is listed at $3.5 million by Ann McClure and Shirley Mattam-Malewith with McEnearney Associates.

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