|Location||7301 High Point Rd., near Lorton, Virginia|
|Governing body||Mason Neck State Park|
|NRHP Reference #||13000336|
|Added to NRHP||May 28, 2013|
|Designated VLR||June 18, 2009|
Lexington was originally part of the Gunston Hall plantation land tract. It was given to George Mason's eldest son, George Mason V, in 1774. In 1775, George Mason V named his plantation to commemorate the Battle of Lexington in Massachusetts. The mansion at Lexington was probably not constructed until after George Mason V returned from a trip to Europe in 1783. The Lexington Plantation was built in 1775 and survived until it burned in 1879. It's property is included in Mason Neck State Park.
George Mason V's eldest daughter Elizabeth Mary Ann Barnes Mason (9 March 1785–25 March 1827) married Alexander Seymour Hooe, son of Seymour Hooe and Sarah Alexander, at Lexington on 22 April 1802.
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- Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation (June 15, 2010). "Mason Neck State Park: Master Plan Executive Summary, 2010 Update". Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation.
- Gunston Hall. "Elizabeth Mary Ann Barnes Mason". Gunston Hall. Archived from the original on 2008-02-11. Retrieved 2008-02-15.
- "Lexington Plantation". George Mason's Plantations and Landholdings. Gunston Hall Plantation official website. Retrieved 2007-03-01.[dead link]
- Sankofa-gen Wiki. "Lexington Plantation: Associated Enslaved Persons". Sankofa-gen Wiki. Retrieved 2008-02-15.
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