Over the Moon: Historic Halls

‘Lockesly’ and ‘Carter Hall’ host top-notch affairs; ‘Marley Grange’ goes on the market.

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A panoramic view of historic “Carter Hall,” once the home of Robert “King” Carter, the richest man in colonial America (Courtesy of Project Hope)

A panoramic view of historic “Carter Hall,” once the home of , the richest man in colonial America (Courtesy of Project Hope)

Across the Shenandoah River (pronounced “rivah” in these parts) nestled on 212 stunning acres in Millwood, historic “Carter Hall” recently hosted a reunion of the Carter Society, a nonprofit family genealogical association. More below from the November 2013 issue of Washington Life Magazine:

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