1644 31st St NW
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Tudor Place stands alone in the nation’s capital as a house of architectural distinction lived in by six generations of the prominent Peter family from 1805 to 1984. This expansive urban estate of 5 1/2 acres nestled in residential Georgetown was host of numerous illustrious figures Lafayette, Robert E. Lee, President Andrew Jackson, Henry Clay, John C. Clahoun and Daniel Webster. The rich story of Tudor Place brings to life American cultural history from the Federal period to the late 20th century.
Nearby Parking: [show on map]
- + Central Parking - 1090 ft
- + Georgetown Court Parking - 2043 ft
- + Hamilton Court Garage - 2106 ft
- + Doggett's Parking - 2113 ft