Pope-Leighey House

Local namePope-Leighey House
LocationVirginia, United States

The Pope–Leighey House, formerly known as the Loren Pope Residence, is a suburban home in Virginia designed by American architect Frank Lloyd Wright. The house, which belongs to the National Trust for Historic Preservation, has been relocated twice and sits on the grounds of Woodlawn Plantation, Alexandria, Virginia. Along with the Andrew B. Cooke House and the Luis Marden House, it is one of the three homes in Virginia designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.

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Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pope–Leighey_House

Address (Unnamed Road), Mount Vernon 22309, United States

Coordinates 38°43'10.003" N -77°8'9.443" E

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