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Presidential Homes & Sites

  • This compact plantation house was built circa 1793 for William Madison, member of the Virginia House of Delegates for seven consecutive terms and brother...

  • Barboursville Winery

    Barboursville

    The wines of Barboursville Vineyards are consistently honored in competitions and demanded by wine stewards. The Inn is the only place on earth where the...

  • Located adjacent to the Gettysburg Battlefield, the home and farm of President Dwight D. and Mamie Eisenhower served as a weekend retreat and a meeting...

  • Oak Hill

    Leesburg

    James Monroe (1758-1831), the fifth President of the United States, began the construction of Oak Hill, his Loudoun County mansion, between 1820 and 1823...

  • Ash Lawn-Highland

    Charlottesville

    Owned by President James Monroe and his wife, Elizabeth Kortright Monroe from 1793 to 1826 and their official residence from 1799 to 1823. Monroe’s friend...

  • Monticello

    Charlottesville

    Monticello was the home of Thomas Jefferson, author of the Declaration of Independence, third President of the United States and noted architect and inventor....

  • Pine Knot

    Scottsville

    Pine Knot was the country retreat of Theodore and Edith Roosevelt and their children from 1905 to 1908 during his term as President as a rural retreat...

  • The Cozy is the oldest family owned restaurant in the state of Maryland. Wilbur R. Freeze along with his wife Mary L Freeze founded the Cozy in 1929 with...

  • The lifelong home of James Madison, "Father of the Constitution" and fourth President of the United States, was also home to three generations...

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