Langley Ordinary, once a meetinghouse as well as a hospital, and the headquarters of a Civil War general, the 1842 house in now from ordinary and serving as Doug DeLuca's sprawling private residence : News Photo

Langley Ordinary, once a meetinghouse as well as a hospital, and the headquarters of a Civil War general, the 1842 house in now from ordinary and serving as Doug DeLuca's sprawling private residence

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MCLEAN, VA - JUNE 24: Stairs lead to a small landing with a bathroom, then rise to bedrooms that once served as an infirmary during the Civil War and are photographed Monday June 24, 2013 in McLean, VA. Doug DeLuca lovingly and painstakingly restored the 1842 home called Langley Ordinary that is listed on the National Registry of historic sites. (Photo by Katherine Frey/The Washington Post via Getty Images)
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MCLEAN, VA - JUNE 24: Stairs lead to a small landing with a bathroom, then rise to bedrooms that once served as an infirmary during the Civil War and are photographed Monday June 24, 2013 in McLean, VA. Doug DeLuca lovingly and painstakingly restored the 1842 home called Langley Ordinary that is listed on the National Registry of historic sites. (Photo by Katherine Frey/The Washington Post via Getty Images)
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