Where George Washington Used to Lunch

George Washington didn't actually live here, but he did in fact, visit this Scarsdale, NY home for lunch way back on October 23, 1776. While the Farmhouse Colonial home certainly has historical significance, it also features 6 bedrooms, 5.5 baths, and a totally redesigned and updated interior. View the listing

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George Washington didn't actually live here, but he did in fact, visit this Scarsdale, NY home for lunch way back on October 23, 1776. While the Farmhouse Colonial home certainly has historical significance, it also features 6 bedrooms, 5.5 baths, and a totally redesigned and updated interior. View the listing
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A plaque on the side of the house memorializes the historic visit. We wonder what George Washington ate for lunch!
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A view of the exterior of the 1766 Colonial home. The house measures 5,500 square feet and is located in Scarsdale, NY, which is about a half hour North from New York City.
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A look at the restored modern kitchen. The historic abode is on the market for $2.25 million.
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Did George Washington take tea in this first floor living room?
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The suburban home is located on .5 acre and is within walking distance to the town where there's a Metro North train stop, shops, and a school.
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The pad features 5.5 bathrooms.
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A view of the upstairs master suite. George Washington's lunch pit stop features six bedrooms total.
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A look at the basement, which can easily be converted into a den, game room, or fitness room.
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