In 1798 George Washington, who was by then the former President of the United States, purchased two lots near Capitol Hill to build adjoining townhouses which he could live in and work from when he wanted to get away from Mount Vernon.
Washington wrote out sketches for the builder, George Blagden. Blagden was instructed to work with architect William Thornton—the first person to be designated with the title Architect of the Capitol, who designed, among other things, the U.
When Josh, Lauren and their twins moved into their new townhouse in Washington DC's historic Mount Pleasant neighborhood, they knew right away they had to change the bathroom. The retro pink, peach and black tiled bathroom, while qu...
In a tour of her West Village townhouse, Vogue reveals that Barbara Bush, daughter of painter and former president George W. Bush, prominently displays her father's work about her home. She explains: About two years ago, my retired ...
President George Washington laid the cornerstone in the foundation of the US Capitol, the building atop Capitol Hill where the Congress meets for its sessions, 220 years ago, on September 18, 1793.
Situated in the largest historic residential neighborhood in Washington DC, this townhome in Capitol Hill was originally built in 1906. In January of this year, a renovation designed by archite