Lee Boyhood Home

 

Located in Old Town Alexandria is the boyhood home of Robert E. Lee,
a commanding general of the Confederate forces during the American Civil War.

The home was a museum until the last couple of years when it was lavishly restored as a private residence. It is located just blocks from downtown Old Town Alexandria, along with other private historic homes that are still residences. This home is only blocks from the waterfront, and has a large private formal garden. Old Town Alexandria is very popular because it is close to Washington DC, and has many fine restaurants and shopping nearby.


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