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Estate of the Week
Every Wednesday, we take a peek inside the world of luxury real estate in Washington. By Emily Leaman
Comments () | Published October 22, 2008
Where: 2601 30th Street, NW
Listing price: $6,200,000
Time on the market: Six months
Bedrooms: Five
Bathrooms: Seven

Built in 1923, this Massachusetts Avenue Heights estate sits on a wooded one-acre lot near the Naval Observatory. The most impressive room is the music hall, which can function as a reception room for large parties. It’s paneled with American redwood and features 16-foot ceilings, a large brick fireplace, and five arched Palladian windows. The current owner has a piano at one end of the long rectangular space. We like the kitchen, which has a modern European feel. In addition to its sleek cabinets and dark slate flooring, it has professional-grade double ovens and a gas range, as well as specialized kitchen equipment like a French flattop grill and a salamander broiler.

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