****Price just reduced 2 million**** Rare one of a kind estate and special opportunity in the heart of Georgetown. This property is one of the few true Georgetown estates and includes approximately 11,100 square feet of living space. The grounds encompass .68 acres of impeccably designed gardens, multiple out buildings, a pool, a parking lot for 40+ cars, two 2 car garages (accessible through an alley on N Street), greenhouses and more. The 10 bedroom, 6.5 bath main residence features three stunning public rooms which include the parlor, library and dining room, a l'orangerie, 12 fireplaces, impeccable moldings and historical details throughout. This property showcases a half acre of gardens including terraces, grand estate walls, a bowling green, large herb garden, and boxwoods originally designed by Rose Greely in 1930 and later update by Perry Wheeler and Andrea Filippone. Additional highlights of this estate include an entertaining pavilion/theatre with fireplace and large basement workroom, two green houses, a pool with pool house changing rooms and a four bedroom guest/staff house. Showings by appointment. Seller has not occupied the property. Furnished photos are from previous owner. Existing floor plan is available and on virtual tour. New floor plans may convey.
This circa 1805 residence is often referred to as the most outstanding example of Federal Period architecture. Splendid original details, moldings, high ceilings, oversized windows, and breathtaking scale make this one of Georgetown's most desirable residences. The house was previously owned by the notable international power couple, W. Averell Harriman and wife Pamela Churchill Harriman who regularly hosted lavish parties for Washington's political and social elite. It was also the temporary residence for Jackie Kennedy and her two children after they left the White House following the assassination of John F. Kennedy. The house undertook an extensive renovation project at the hands of Architect Hugh Newell Jacobsen, who worked closely alongside Mrs. Harriman to further improve upon the already existing impressive architectural details of this spectacular residence. There are exceptionally scaled public rooms with remarkable moldings and light-colored narrow-board wood flooring. The house is filled with an abundance of natural light from oversized north-facing windows, further magnified by the nearly 12' ceilings. It is situated on an impressive .38-acre lot, an extreme rarity in Georgetown, with a series of multiple terraces on the rear grounds, beautifully enhanced with extensive gardens and a pool. Parking for 5 plus cars.
Rarely available residence offering extraordinary scale and exceptional privacy, still close to downtown Washington, DC. It has been home to many notable residents and has undergone extensive renovations and expansion with the highest quality materials and finishes. There is nearly 15,000 square feet of interior living space with exquisite rooms including a gracious living room, dining room, eat-in kitchen, butler's pantry, library, and family room. There is a generous master suite with a spacious dressing room and luxurious master bath and five additional bedrooms upstairs. The lower level includes a large recreation room, playroom, nanny suite with full bathroom, gym, and laundry. The grounds are exceptionally private and secure, including a swimming pool, pergola, and multiple terraces for outdoor dining and entertaining. There is a detached guest/pool house, multiple garages, and gated motor court.
An opportunity like nothing else in Washington, now or ever. Towering over prestigious Massachusetts Avenue Heights, the assemblage at 2701 32nd Street NW consists of a stately European-inspired red-brick 1930s residence and two adjacent, buildable lots, together comprising an acre of rare potential in one of the city's most sought-after neighborhoods. The existing residence, with its imposing turret, has the potential to be expanded and become one of DC's finest single family homes, currently offering five full bedrooms over five levels of living space and an attached two-car garage. Superb architectural details abound, with original fireplaces, exposed beam ceilings, numerous terraces, leaded glass windows, and a spectacular turret room where the elegant woodwork harkens back to a time where homes were individually handcrafted with the utmost attention to detail. The real potential lies in opportunity, however, where liberty has been taken to create the most turnkey process for a buyer or developer. A collaboration between renowned BarnesVanze architects and CAS Engineering has resulted in a 2021 analysis report outlining allowable building area, height, set back requirements, zoning restrictions, utilities, stormwater management, and everything in between, providing the buyer with substantial evaluation of the opportunity and assurance of what the current zoning/code will allow for this development. With plans to expand the current home, construct a grand residence on the adjoining lots, or build two additional homes, advanced preparation has been taken to offer flexibility while utilizing every square inch of the priceless land available. 3D models, floor plans, and color renderings of each proposal are readily available, allowing you to visualize your dreams and meet all construction guidelines. With an acre of prime, quiet, elevated land adjacent to the Vice President's residence and easy access to the best Washington has to offer, 2701 32nd Street NW is not an opportunity to be missed.
Circa 1930, Wesley House is a magnificent Tudor Revival estate residence which captures the romance of a gracious English Manor House while providing state-of-the-art amenities and finishes to suit the most sophisticated global citizen. Encompassing approximately 12,000 square feet of beautifully renovated and finished living space on a rare half-acre site in prestigious Wesley Heights, the residence offers a complete set of amenities suitable for large-scale entertaining and comfortable daily living. The manor house is gracious in scale, flooded with natural light, and reflects bespoke interiors with exceptional details throughout. The generous entry hall opens to an elegant drawing room anchored by a massive wood-burning fireplace surrounded by an impressive limestone mantel. A Venetian glass chandelier illuminates the adjacent dining room which easily accommodates 24 seated guests and is wrapped in a serene custom mural. The award-winning kitchen flows seamlessly to the bright family room overlooking the magnificent formal gardens and swimming pool. Upstairs, the five bedrooms and six full baths are each finely detailed. The main suite is a luxurious retreat and features two baths and separate dressing rooms. Nearby, the dramatic library is the ideal place to work or simply escape and boasts a soaring cathedral ceiling, leaded glass windows and a majestic fireplace. On the lower level, a full gym, theatre and billiards room and a separate bedroom and full bath are just a few of the long list of amenities. Adjacent to the manor house, a separate guest wing is connected via a charming covered breezeway and features two additional bedrooms and three baths. Three-car garage parking and ample off-street parking make Wesley House the ideal estate retreat just minutes from the White House and downtown Washington.
2211 Massachusetts Avenue, NW is a 9,400 sf six-story townhouse, ideally located on historic Embassy Row. Formerly part of the Greek Embassy, 2211 Massachusetts Ave, NW has undergone a full renovation, including new elevator, and is being delivered, in a warm lit shell ready for final tenant finish. The property is ideal for an embassy chancery or residence, as well as a high-end residential home. Certain modifications are still possible to accommodate different uses. Located on Embassy Row, just three blocks west of Dupont Circle, it is on the line that separates Dupont Circle and Sheridan-Kalorama and on the edge of the downtown Central Business District (CBD) just 3 blocks from the Dupont Circle Red line Metrorail stop. It is also served by several Metro buses. Dupont Circle is one of DC's most diverse and celebrated neighborhoods with boutique shops and cozy restaurants. The area boasts extremely walkable blocks with easy access to housing, offices, and the Metro. Dupont Circle features more than 150 restaurants, 80 shops and countless services that range from local craft stores and international foods to quick service restaurants and fine dining and everything in between. Embassy Row is the informal name given to the section of Massachusetts Avenue NW between Scott Circle and the north side of the United States Naval Observatory. This area is highly concentrated with embassies, and other diplomatic representations. Embassy Row is protected in the Massachusetts Avenue Historic District, which was established in 1974 following the controversy over the destruction of historic townhouses on Massachusetts Ave. Dupont Circle also has a high amount of historical appeal and architectural diversity as many of the buildings were constructed in the late 1800's and early 1900's. The Dupont Circle neighborhood is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is home to numerous embassies, many of which are located in historic residences. More than 70 embassies are located in and around Embassy Row. Sheridan-Kalorama is one of, if not the most prestigious residential neighborhoods in DC. The Sheridan-Kalorama neighborhood also includes many diplomatic residences. Its southern border includes much of Embassy Row on Massachusetts Avenue.
On a quiet, cobblestone block in historic Georgetown, stands a refined residence, fully renovated over several years by Smith Architectural Group. Meticulous thought went into every facet of this home. Original details are married with modern design elements so seamlessly that it feels as if they were always there. Upon entry, guests are offereda0;views through the grand foyer to the reception rooms, a tranquil private garden, and an open well staircase. The formal living room boasts southern exposure and restored original windows with beveled glass. The stunning natural light extends through an opening to the dining room, which is illuminated by a Louis XV style, ormolu chandelier and gilt candle sconces in the evening, adding an opulent glow to dinner parties. Nesting doors separate the modern Bulthaup kitchen, perfectly designed for intimate gatherings or catered events alike. A series of French doors provide soft natural light, illuminating Caesarstone countertops extending the length of the twelve foot island, as well as along the perimeter. Informal seating gives guests front row seats to witness the home chef prepare picture perfect meals with a Gaggenau appliance suite, including integrated gas range and double ovens, that melds flawlessly with the modern aesthetic. Wine is perfectly chilled and at the ready in the dual zone wine fridge, whether enjoying the show in the kitchen or warming up by the fire in the informal living room beyond. When the weather is right, dine al fresco on the private wrap arounda0;terrace, featured in Gardens of Georgetown, by Edith Nalle Schafer, allowing the sound of the serene water feature to carry you away. As the evening draws to a close, a three story glass and steel installation by Graham Caldwell guides you upstairs, suspended below a skylight with the promise of a dance of light the next day. Entering the primary suite, one's eye is drawn outside to a long balcony, then to the sumptuous bedroom, flanked by two ensuite bathrooms with walls clad in ethereal, reverse painted glass, and walk-in closets with bespoke organization systems. Each bathroom features a seamless glass enclosed shower, the larger of which boasts a Kohler steam shower for a true in-home spa experience whenever the mood strikes, while a separate soaking tub with adjacent TV offers a further venue for relaxation. An additional four hotel inspired bedroom suites occupy the remainder of the second and third floors. Overlooking the top of the staircase, where the Graham Caldwell installation ''Ejecta'' meets the sun, a spacious den is ideal for a home office or private getaway. Staff quarters, including full kitchen, full bath, and laundry facilities are located in the fully finished basement, with ample storage space. A secure, two-car garage opens to the alley behind this mini-estate in Georgetown.
3101 Chain Bridge Road NW is the pinnacle of perfection with its paramount placement atop arguably one of the highest points in DC. Backing to parkland, this exceptional residence is nestled along Battery Kemble Park and graciously features incredible tree top views from nearly every room. Designed to complement the landscape of the grounds and to create an experience of seclusion and privacy, 3101 Chain Bridge Road NW delivers a truly one-of-a-kind residence that is as versatile as it is beautiful. This home is prime for entertaining with its top floor Ballroom/Multi-Purpose Room, extraordinary Pool, Guest House, and Rooftop Terrace. At the same time, its principal rooms and private quarters are generously sized yet well-balanced for everyday living. The property extends into green space and walking trails as there is a private gate that leads into Battery Kemble Park. Offering 8 Bedrooms, 8 Full Baths, and 4 Half Baths, the entire property spans 16,200 total square feet throughout 5 Levels. There is an Elevator that services all levels of the Main House and the Roof Deck. The 3-Level Guest House has 1 Bedroom, 1 Bath, a Living Area, Laundry, and a Kitchenette. There are 2 Garages that house a total of 4 vehicles in additional to the extensive Driveway.
Welcome to a Foxhall estate sited on a hill with nearly an acre of land surrounded by mature trees and offering dramatic Cathedral views. This Williamsburg-inspired brick colonial and property have recently undergone a total transformation and expansion thoughtfully completed to delight the next fortunate owner. With an exceptional layout for large scale entertaining plus comfortable family living, there's space for everyone. A real strength of the home, though, is its ability to encourage indoor/outdoor living with amenities like a screened-in, covered, outdoor family room with fireplace and ventilated grilling station/kitchen, walls of windows, multiple French doors leading to the garden or stone terrace and a 40' x 20' heated swimming pool. A large sport court with artificial turf and an adjacent treehouse create a setting for endless play. Farther into the garden is an outdoor fireplace and small gathering area. Some of the features on the main level include a gourmet kitchen with massive black walnut center island and breakfast bar that opens to a family room with wet bar, a grand dining room with fireplace and cathedral ceilings, a double-sized living room with large stone fireplace, front and back staircases, an elevator that services all levels, and a coat room. The lower level is mostly above grade and is separated into 3 distinct areas: 1) A sophisticated wood-paneled family room/bar area with fireplace, billiards space, climate-controlled wine cellar with tasting table, safe room. 2) A large informal recreation room with cork floor, glass-walled exercise room, and exceptional storage. 3) An au-pair suite with full bath The upper level has five bedrooms and four baths including a spacious owner's suite with large windows that offer scenic views, abundant closet space, and built-in storage. A circular motor court at the front of the house leads to an oversized garage. For automotive enthusiasts, the heated garage is a dream space capable of holding up to six cars (using lifts) in three bays. For more than a century, Washingtonians have found Foxhall Road appealing for its large lots, elegant homes, and proximity to downtown offices and restaurants. Today only a handful of the large properties remain undivided and in private ownership which makes 2601 Foxhall Road an exciting opportunity.
The iconic home at 3414 Lowell underwent a complete renovation and expansion in 2001 overseen by Stephen Muse. Roughly 3000 sq ft were added, all systems were replaced, new slate and copper roofs were installed, windows and doors were replaced and the house was reoriented to the side to take advantage of the natural setting created by the double lot. The result is a stunningly beautiful residence--it is perfectly integrated with the outdoors and is an entertainer's dream. A classical loggia runs along the west side of the house offering multiple covered seating areas from which one can admire the gardens, the fountain and the National Cathedral. There are large airy common rooms on the first floor along with a cozy book room and library. The oval dining room with domed ceiling is dramatic and inviting. Upstairs numerous bedrooms can accommodate everyone. Two of the bedrooms are currently set up as wonderful comfortable offices. The lower level has a studio apartment for guests or staff, an office, a movie room and a gym as well as abundant storage and an oversized two car garage. There is a generator to keep things humming along in the event of a power outage.
Beautiful historic residence at the corner of 16th and K Streets, NW, in the heart of downtown Washington, DC is available for sale for the first time in 25 years. A prime location offers convenient access to museums, restaurants, and three Metro stations. This circa 1883 brownstone has five stories and is a rare opportunity to acquire a beautiful residential home with a prominent K Street address. Turn-of-the-century elegance and charm are enhanced by exposed brick walls, a crystal chandelier, two fireplaces, heart pine hardwood floors, period stairwells, and an elevator to four floors.
Captivating and panoramic Potomac River views! Penthouse #8H at sought after 3303 Water Street welcomes you with floor to ceiling windows and unparalleled water views from every room. A double doored foyer entry welcomes you into this light filled residence with top of the line finishes throughout. The artful design of this floor plan offers approximately 3,000 square feet of luxury living that includes 3 bedrooms, 3 full bathrooms, plus library/den, double sided fireplace, a gourmet kitchen, hardwood floors, oversized doors, and designer lighting and hardware. Penthouse #8H is unique in that this residence has its own private 1,400 square foot terrace that runs the length of the apartment. The white marble bathrooms are all designed with Waterworks fixtures. Operable balconies are found in the owners suite, living room, and guest bedroom. The library/alternate third bedroom shares a double sided fireplace with the living room and provides a private bar and built-ins. Custom pocket doors offer complete privacy for the library. Entertain your guests and watch the fireworks on the 4th of July with views from the Kennedy Center, down the Potomac River and across to Virginia. Outdoor entertaining at its best includes a full terrace kitchen, dining for 10, additional seating areas, and a private putting green for the golf enthusiast. 3303 Water Street is located in the heart of Georgetown with direct access to the Georgetown Waterfront Park and Washington Harbor, which offers fine dining and shopping. 3303 Water Street is a boutique building known for its high level of service that includes a 24 hour doorman, 24 hour front desk, on-site management, rooftop pool and terrace, on-site exercise facility, and meeting room. On-site management and professional engineers are an added level of service in this sought after building. Hurry, this is a once in a lifetime opportunity to own a very special penthouse in a very special building! 3303 Water Street is 10 minutes from National Airport, 25 minutes from Dulles, and 10 minutes to the White House.