Untold thousands of people have seen or toured Evermay, the two-century-old, 3.5-acre Georgetown estate famed for its architecture, gardens and view. But few know the history of its occupants, the Belins, who for nearly nine decades resided inside the walled compound until it was sold this year.
Harry Belin and his wife, Susan Belin, at their Potomac home. They sold the Evermay estate in Georgetown this year. Matt McClain/For The Washington Post Buy Photo