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The last home of James Monroe was Oak Hill. Upon his retirement from the Presidency, he built a large brick house on the plantation. Prior to construction of the building, he resided in a small cottage, which a visitor referred to as a "Mountain Lodge, none-the-less suitable and tastefully decorated." 

This house plan replicates that original house, which some claim was the original land patent house. The floor plan is extremely functional, without being overbearing. Addition of a basement or any of our garage plans will greatly enhance the utility of the plan. Perhaps one of the small outbuildings in the back of the catalogue will further serve its utility.