This gracious semidetached Federal style brick row home was built in the late 1700s and was the home of Robert E. Lee's father General "Light Horse Harry" Henry Lee in the early 1800s--who was a Revolutionary War General, ninth Governor of Virginia and famous for delivering President George Washington's eulogy to Congress. The home is zoned RM which allows for a myriad of residential/commercial uses. There are currently seven bedrooms, four full and one half baths, three kitchens, three laundry closets and seven fireplaces. A pebble driveway leads to ample parking in the rear of the home as well as a side garden adorned with fruit trees and grass lawn. Centrally located in the heart of Old Town's historic district on Cameron nearest to cross street N Washington--a direct commuting route into Washington, DC, Reagan National, the Pentagon and new Amazon HQ2. Numerous recent upgrades include a newer roof, HVAC as well as updated baths and kitchens. Perfect for a residence/office combination or conversion back to a fabulous 4,200+ sq ft single family residence.
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Listing information last updated on November 20th, 2019 at 12:41am EST.