The Manor House might look somewhat familiar to you. The reason is because the Estate Manor House was built as a replica of the historic Wythe House on the Palace Greene in Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia. It was the home of George Wythe, the first of seven Virginia signatories of the Declaration of Independence, who was also a teacher and mentor to Thomas Jefferson, John Marshall, and other American leaders. The Wythe house also served as Headquarters for George Washington in 1781 prior to the Siege of Yorktown. All very Impressive!