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Another Georgetown Home Fetches More Than $6 Million
William Haseltine reportedly accepted $7 million for his P Street mansion. By Carol Ross Joynt
The house at 3053 P Street, Northwest, has been sold for $7 million. Photograph by Carol Ross Joynt.
Comments () | Published October 2, 2013

In July we wrote about seven Georgetown properties that had sold in six months, all for $6 million or more, plus a notable mansion that still had a for sale sign out front: 3053 P Street, with an asking price of $8.9 million. That sign has been replaced with a Sold sign. Washington Fine Properties, which handled both buyer and seller, confirmed the deal closed for $7 million.

The seller is William Haseltine, a founder and former chairman of Human Genome Sciences and currently president and chairman of Access Health International and chairman of the Haseltine Foundation for Science and the Arts. 

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