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A Georgian House with plenty of charm and a pedigree

February 12, 2021

"We saw this house and thought how beautiful it was, "Marilyn said. "Everything about it was just beautiful. That's what got us."

"We saw this house and thought how beautiful it was, "Marilyn said. "Everything about it was just beautiful. That's what got us."

The stately house was built in 1929 by real estate developer William A. Hill, who hired architect John J. Whelan to design the house. Whelan came to Washington in 1926 and established a partnership with his Princeton classmate F. Moran "Mike" McConihe.