Make your stay in the Nation's Capitol unforgettable at this large, elegantly restored 19th-century residence right on historic, leafy Logan Circle. This friendly home with stylishly appointed, over-sized guest rooms is situated in walking distance of the best Washington has to offer: the National Mall, the White House and other major government buildings, world-class museums, art galleries, theaters, restaurants, upscale nightclubs, the new Convention Center, and the fabulously popular Spy Museum. Its at the edge of the citys main business district.Built for a wealthy undersecretary of the treasury in the Chester A. Arthur Administration, this sprawling 1883 townhouse with mahogany paneled staircase spiraling up three stories and sweeping double parlors is situated directly on historic Logan Circle, overlooking one of city designer Charles Pierre LEnfants special places. It has been featured in a Discovery Channel special, on the Logan Circle Victorian Christmas House Tour, and has been the site of many National Geographic Society departmental Christmas parties. Among the homes features are 11-foot ceilings with heavy plaster crown moldings, matched crystal chandeliers, gilded pier mirrors, fortress-thick walls, and eight fireplaces. Oil paintings along with antiques from the Romanesque Revival, Empire and Eastlake periods grace the generously proportioned rooms.