Thanks to your support, our preservation experts have completed needed preservation maintenance and tackled an ambitious slate of restoration projects!
Conducted important maintenance to the Mansion roof, replaced the cupola’s finial and roof, and conserved 19th-century graffiti.
Restoration completed on two of the major bedchambers after intense forensic investigation and research.
A sweeping project began to address slope erosion and stabilize the grounds between the Mansion and the Potomac River after a landslide occurred in August 2017 and caused significant damage.
The discovery of new information dramatically changed our understanding of the room’s furnishings and prompted a multi-year restoration project that involved conservation of the original 1760s paneling.
Repair and conservation of the buildings’ framing and replacement of cypress roof shingles.
A Multi-year project began to address the deterioration of the Mansion’s siding. The west side is now completed and the south, north, and east sides of the Mansion will undergo this same restoration process in the coming years.
Preservation of the Mansion’s exterior, stabilization of the east slope, and restoration of Mansion bedchambers and downstairs rooms will continue. This work cannot be completed without your help.Give Today