Aptly named for its well known
owner, The Bell House is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a
Virginia Historic Landmark.
home was built in 1883 by Colonel J.O. P. Burnside, son of Civil War General Ambrose
Burnside. The Colonel lost the house to the
U. S. Government in a lawsuit over pay irregularities in the Union Army accounts.
next by Alexander Graham Bells father and then Alexander himself, the home overlooks
a wide expanse of the Potomac River.
back in time and enjoy the historical ambiance of the house and the hospitality of your
hosts, Phil and Anne Bolin. Every detail of
the home reflects the quality and workmanship of a bygone era
illustrated by original hardwood flooring, stained glass windows, and scenic balconies.