Plan Your Visit at Oxon Hill
Oxon Hill Manor is one of only two early 20th century Classical Revival mansions in Prince George’s County. Built in 1929, Oxon Hill Manor is a large, two story neo-Georgian brick mansion, with a hip roof, flanking wings, and fine decorative detail. It was designed by architect Jules Henri de Sibour for career diplomat Sumner Welles and was built near the site of the original 18th century Oxon Hill Manor, which was destroyed by fire in 1895.
Oxon Hill Manor is of interest for both the present structure and the associations of the estate land with Maryland’s early history.
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Located in Oxon Hill, Maryland, near the Woodrow Wilson Bridge, just 1/2 mile outside the Capital Beltway; 20 minutes from Washington, D.C. and 10 minutes from Alexandria, Virginia.
From the Capital Beltway (I-495): take Exit 3 (Indian Head-Forest Heights). At traffic light go left towards Indian Head immediately get in your right lane. Bear right at sign that reads Oxon Hill Road Rt. 414. At traffic light (Oxon Hill Road) take a left. Go through light at Harborview Avenue Oxon Hill Manor entrance will be approximately 1/8 mile on the right.
From Washington, DC: take I-295 toward the Woodrow Wilson Bridge. Take Rt. 210 South (Indian Head). At the top of ramp, bear right and take Rt. 210 North Forest Heights. At the second traffic light, go left onto Rt. 414 (Oxon Hill Road). Entrance to Oxon Hill Manor is approximately 1/8 mile on the right.
From Virginia: take 95 North. After crossing the Woodrow Wilson Bridge, take Exit 3 Rt. 210 South (Indian Head). Stay in right lane and bear right onto 210 North Forest Heights. At second traffic light, take a left onto Rt. 414 West (Oxon Hill Road). Oxon Hill Manor entrance is approximately 1/8 mile on the right.