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Most Expensive Homes on the Market: A Former B&B in Logan Circle (Photos)
This sprawling rowhouse is listed for $4.4 million. By Michelle Thomas
Comments () | Published January 15, 2014

Curious about the priciest properties on the market in a given neighborhood? We were. How does the most expensive listing in Kalorama differ from the one in Old Town? Chevy Chase from Georgetown? Palisades versus, say, McLean? Each week we’ll give you a peek at the home in each location with the biggest price tag. First up is one of the District’s fastest-growing areas: Logan Circle.

On the market for the first time in nearly 40 years, this massive four-story rowhouse on Q Street comes complete with an interesting backstory: Previous owner Jacqueline Reed bought the Victorian as a fixer-upper in 1975 and restored it, then ran it as a bed-and-breakfast for three decades before closing in September. The 5,600-square-foot mansion, which was built in 1887, still retains a lot of the original detailing, including intricate millwork, carved mantels, and stained-glass windows. Other attributes? Ten bedrooms, nine and a half bathrooms, and eight fireplaces, plus an adjoining lot, a huge garden, a covered porch, a terrace, and parking. It’s listed for $4.4 million.

See below for more photos of the spot, and get a full tour at Washington Fine Properties.

All photographs via Washington Fine Properties.

 

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