The Old Stone House is located in the Washington, D.C. neighborhood of Georgetown at 3051 M Street, N.W.
It is thought to be the oldest standing structure in Washington, D.C., which makes it the last pre-Revolutionary War building left in the city.
The house has had many stewards over the years, but in the 1980s Rock Creek Park assumed responsibility for the park.
In addition to its historic value as an excellent example of Colonial home life, the house is also an urban oasis, with a large and lush English garden in the back. The garden provides a wonderful place to rest and relax when you visit Georgetown.
—Felicia Carr, NPCA