Built in 1929 for Sumner Welles, undersecretary of state during the Roosevelt administration, this 49-room neo-Gothic mansion overlooking the Potomac is mainly used as rental property for weddings and business meetings. The orginal Oxon Hill Manor, elsewhere on the grounds, burned in 1895.
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