Luxury listing: historic Lafayette house in Alexandria

Fall asleep inside a piece of American luxury – and history

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This historic manor in Alexandria, Virginia, once hosted French General Marquis de Lafayette during his grand tour of America at the invitation of President James Monroe in 1824. Despite hundreds of years passing, the house has still kept its elegance, with double parlors, pine flooring and a spacious library on the upper level.

The home is listed at $6.8 million by Kate Patterson with McEnearney Associates.

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