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Most Expensive Homes on the Market: A Restored Townhouse in Georgetown
Tin ceilings, seven fireplaces, and windows galore. By Michelle Thomas
All photos via TTR Sotheby's.
Comments () | Published April 24, 2014

Perhaps in Georgetown—land of the nearly $8 million penthouse—a just-under-$3 million townhouse is a relative bargain. But this 31st Street home is loaded with luxe details, from the 11-foot ceilings and seven restored fireplaces to the gorgeous stamped-tin ceilings and antique marble vanities in the light-flooded bathrooms (check out the master’s suspended mirrors!). Barnes Vanze architects restored the 1880 home and added space to total more than 5,000 square feet, including five bedrooms and four bathrooms, plus a separate suite on the bottom level complete with its own entrance, high ceilings, and exposed-brick walls. Outside, there’s a large flagstone terrace, gardens, and a cedar-fenced backyard. The home is listed at $2.995 million. Read on for a glimpse, then go to TTR Sotheby’s for all the details.

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