Oxon Hill Manor
6901 Oxon Hill Road
Oxon Hill, MD 20745
The original estate of Oxon Hill Manor dates back to the seventeenth century. The current manor was completed in 1929 and was the home of Sumner Wells, Undersecretary of State during the Franklin D. Roosevelt administration. Roosevelt was a frequent visitor to Oxon Hill Manor who found relief from the pressures of his office by relaxing in the manor’s tranquil setting.
Oxon Hill Manor consists of three large public rooms. It has large brick patios for seasonal use which may also be tented. There is an exquisite bridal suite, fine architectural details, a rose-wrapped reflecting pool and beautiful English gardens graced by water fountains. The expansive lawns have picturesque views of the Potomac River and is just minutes from the famed National Harbor and Old Town Alexandria, Virginia.
Oxon Hill can accommodate 300 for a standing reception and 170 for a seated event with dancing.