Carlyle House was built in 1753 by British merchant and city founder John Carlyle. The Georgian mansion gained a place in history when British General Edward Braddock made it his headquarters in 1755 and summoned five colonial governors to plan the early campaigns of the French and Indian War.
The African American Heritage Memorial Park comprises eight acres between Holland Lane and Hooff’s Run south of Duke Street, including the one-acre 19th century Baptist Cemetery where 21 individuals are buried.
Carlyle District is a mixed residential, commercial, and retail upscale community in the Eisenhower East area of Alexandria. But how do home prices in Carlyle District compare to those available in Eisenhower?