One of the oldest and most elegant residences in the District, the octagonal house provided refuge for James and Dolley Madison after the White House was burned during the War of 1812. One of the best examples of the Federal period of architecture in the country, the landmark building is preserved as a museum of the American Institute of Architects Foundation.
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