Rosedale (Washington, D.C.)

Rosedale
Rosedale, also known as Pretty Prospects, the Uriah Forrest House, and the Coonley Estate, is an historic home and grounds located at 3501 Newark Street, Northwest, Washington, D.C., in the Cleveland Park Historic District.wikipedia
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Cleveland Park

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Rosedale, also known as Pretty Prospects, the Uriah Forrest House, and the Coonley Estate, is an historic home and grounds located at 3501 Newark Street, Northwest, Washington, D.C., in the Cleveland Park Historic District.
The first American settler was General Uriah Forrest, an aide-de-camp of George Washington who built an estate called Rosedale (now at 3501 Newark Street) in 1793, when he began serving as a Congressman from Maryland.

Youth For Understanding

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In 1977, the youth exchange organization Youth For Understanding bought the premises.
YFU, Inc., the non-profit educational organization, was established in 1964, and the organization's offices were moved to Rosedale in Washington, D.C. in 1978.

Northwest (Washington, D.C.)

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Rosedale, also known as Pretty Prospects, the Uriah Forrest House, and the Coonley Estate, is an historic home and grounds located at 3501 Newark Street, Northwest, Washington, D.C., in the Cleveland Park Historic District.

National Register of Historic Places

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The property is a National Register of Historic Places and District of Columbia landmark.

Avery Coonley School

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In 1920, it was purchased by Queene Coonley, the widow of Avery Coonley, owner of Frank Lloyd Wright's Coonley House in Riverside, Illinois, who had rented the house beginning in 1917.

Frank Lloyd Wright

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In 1920, it was purchased by Queene Coonley, the widow of Avery Coonley, owner of Frank Lloyd Wright's Coonley House in Riverside, Illinois, who had rented the house beginning in 1917.

Coonley House

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In 1920, it was purchased by Queene Coonley, the widow of Avery Coonley, owner of Frank Lloyd Wright's Coonley House in Riverside, Illinois, who had rented the house beginning in 1917.

John N. Irwin II

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The house was rented to Undersecretary of State William Phillips in 1933, and to John N. Irwin, II in 1959.

National Cathedral School

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It was a faculty residence for the National Cathedral School.

National Register of Historic Places listings in Washington, D.C.

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