Bodisco House

The Bodisco House is a famous residence in the Georgetown Historical District.

A federal period house, with a unique, early twentieth century first floor plan, the Bodisco House is included in virtually every book on Georgetown because of the mid-nineteenth century romance and marriage of its fifty-four year old owner, the Russian ambassador, to sixteen year old school girl. On a less sensational level, the early history of the house also reflects the speculative real estate market of late eighteenth/early nineteenth-century Georgetown and its architecture reflects the tastes of that period.



3322 O Street NW