Listing of the Day
Location: Washington, D.C.
Price: $2.825 million
This classic Federal-style home is in the heart of historic Georgetown, one of Washington, D.C.’s most prominent and best-known neighborhoods.
“The property has been gorgeously renovated,” said listing agent Salley Widmayer of Long & Foster/Christie’s International Real Estate. “From the master bedroom complete with its en-suite bathroom to the lower-level in-law suite, luxury abounds.”
The three-level semi-detached house was built in 1850, and it offers both privacy and outdoor space, she said. “It has an impressive wrap-around patio and the main entrance sits elevated off the street—which is not common in historic homes in this area.”
The sun-filled house has an owner’s suite with a custom modern bath that features a separate shower and soaking tub as well as double vanities. Other features include spacious formal living and dining rooms, two additional large bedrooms, two staircases and nine-foot ceilings.
“The gourmet kitchen underwent a near-total renovation in 2014—replacing everything except for the major appliances, all of which were upgraded in the past year,” Ms. Widmayer said. The kitchen now features a brand-new Wolf six-burner gas range and oven, Sub-Zero refrigerator, Bosch combination oven/microwave, heated ceramic floors and quartz countertops. It also opens to the patio, with French doors that let in lots of natural light.
“We’ve had interest from a variety of buyers—from families looking to move up to a larger home to older couples downsizing from suburban estates,” Ms. Widmayer said. “As a trend, many empty nesters are relocating to more walkable urban areas, and they’re looking for properties like this which offer privacy, space and convenience.”
The 3,106-square-foot-house has four bedrooms, four full bathrooms and one partial bathroom.
Amenities include five fireplaces, a detached one-car garage, wood floors throughout and separate laundry and storage. The attic is finished and floored with pull-down stairs.
The house is on a quiet one-way street and is minutes to everything that Georgetown has to offer, Ms. Widmayer said. That includes “chic retail shops, fine dining, national and local parks like Volta Park, the Chesapeake & Ohio Canal National Historical Park and the Potomac River, as well as the monuments, museums and art galleries.”
Agent: Salley Widmayer, Long & Foster/Christie’s International Real Estate
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