One of the DC Preservation League's Most Endangered Places for 2003.
Built in the late 1800s and owned by William Corcoran, the Hunting Lodge is the only souvenir of hunting left in Washington, DC. Only slightly modified since it was built, it is in good condition, with out buildings, original property fence, gate and gatehouse in same style. The Hunting Lodge is not on the protected grounds of the USSAH and is in the process of being sold for development. Also on the property is a WWI bunker, one of two left in city. [dcpreservation.org]