Design & Home

Most Expensive Homes on the Market: A $2.895 Million Victorian Rowhouse in Dupont

Historic beauty meets tons of opulent features.

Love the grand opulence of old-city Victorians? This Dupont townhome, at 17th and Q streets, combines the best of the era’s ornate detailing with some majorly luxe upgrades. Designed by turn-of-the-century architect T.F. Schneider, the large 3,500-square-foot rowhouse retains many of its original historic details—such as the intricate moldings and those gorgeous fireplace mantels—with modern upgrades. Some of the highlights: ebony floors, a marble and white kitchen (outfitted with top-of-the-line appliances), and an elevator, plus a stunning top-floor master suite that features white exposed brick, built-in shelving, vaulted ceilings, and a second kitchen—meant for catering the roof deck, naturally.

The home is listed at $2.895 million. Take a look inside below, then go to Evers & Company Real Estate for the complete details.

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