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Designed in 1892 by Edward Clark, the architect of the US Capitol, the Mansion on O Street is housed in a historic building, incorporating 30,000 square feet into 100 rooms. It includes 6 main kitchens, 12 conference rooms and 30 special event galleries. 1980, H.H. Leonards purchased 2020 O Street, the first row house in the series of connected brownstones. Leonards renovated the townhouse as a bed-and-breakfast and private club. In 1998 Leonards opened the O Street Museum inside the facility. Don't miss the safari to this special location in DC!
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