This Georgetown Federal home has an unrivaled history. Built in 1797 by John Thomson Mason (nephew of George Mason) with brick he imported from England and named 'Quality Hill' by its subsequent owner, this home has passed through the hands of...
This Georgetown Federal home has an unrivaled history. Built in 1797 by John Thomson Mason (nephew of George Mason) with brick he imported from England and named 'Quality Hill' by its subsequent owner, this home has passed through the hands of many influential Georgetown residents including Senator Claiborne Pell. Quality Hill has been meticulously renovated and features over 10,000 square feet of living space with 8 bedrooms and 11 baths. Each room has a preserved sense of history with modern updates. Grand entertaining spaces with 14-foot ceilings in the living room and throughout the main floor. Mahogany built-ins were inspired in the elegant and inviting library were inspired by George Washington's Mount Vernon.
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