Only George Washington, who lived in New York City and then in Philadelphia, which were the nation's first capitals. He never lived in the White House. John Adams was the first to live in the White House. He moved there in November, 1800 soon after the Capital moved to Washington.
Yes, he was alive before the white house was bulit
Martha Washington, as the White House hadn't yet been built when George was in office.
The White House has always been. It was built under the order of George Washington. James Hoban was the architect.
President George Washington never lived in the White House. John and Abigail Adams were the first to move into the White House before construction was finished. They lived there for only a few months before Thomas Jefferson was sworn into office.
No - George Washington never lived in the White House.
The White House was completed after George Washington left office.
George Washington did not live in the White House. never
George Washington and Pierre L'Enfant picked the site for the White House. The architect chosen to build the White House was James Hoban.
Yes, it is very well possible that George Washington could have played the piano in the White House. In fact, George Washington bought a piano for the White House shortly after his inauguration.
No. The White House was not finished wen George Washington was president.
No, the White House had not been built.
George Washington never occupied the White House (then known as the Executive Mansion), instead working in New York.
The White House did not exist during Washington's Presidency