Francis Scott Key Lived in This Georgetown House

View of the M Street NW elevation of the two-story Key Mansion with Key's single-story law office attached to west side of structure. A portion of the commercial building continuing west along the street is also visible.

It’s so sad that this house no longer stands. The house stood roughly where Key Bridge enters Georgetown today. The address was 3518 M St. NW.

View of the M Street NW elevation of the two-story Key Mansion with Key's single-story law office attached to west side of structure. A portion of the commercial building continuing west along the street is also visible.

View of the M Street NW elevation of the two-story Key Mansion with Key’s single-story law office attached to west side of structure. A portion of the commercial building continuing west along the street is also visible.

Source: Dig DC

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