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Oxon Hill Manor, Oxon Hill

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Oxon Hill Manor is a neo-Georgian house of 49 rooms, located at Forest Heights, Prince George's County, Maryland. It was designed in 1928 for Sumner Welles (1892-1961) by the Washington architect, Jules Henri de Sibour (1872-1938). It was built in 1929, and consists of a two-story main block of Flemish bond brick and a northern wing. Also on the property are two outbuildings contemporary with the house; a five-car garage and attached manager's quarters and greenhouse, and a stable. There are also formal gardens on the grounds.
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  • Went to a wedding and it was gorgeous. The grounds were meticulously maintained and the manor was as breathtaking as the views from the gardens.  more »
  • I didn't get married here, but it's obvious why someone would choose this as their wedding site Staff are nice enough, when you can find them  more »
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  • Amazing place for a wedding. Had a real classy feel to it. Inside and outside are stunning
  • Venue was very nice. My nephew had his wedding thete.

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