Most Expensive Homes on the Market: An $8.1 Million Georgian Mansion on Embassy Row

This elegant brick estate offers a half-acre of land and more than 7,200 square feet of living space.
Most Expensive Homes on the Market: An .1 Million Georgian Mansion on Embassy Row

Built in the late 1920s, this Embassy Row Georgian mansion combines a dignified exterior with a tasteful, classical interior, including such details as decorative moldings and wall paneling, curving staircases, French doors, arched entrances, and elaborately carved fireplace mantels and display shelving. A sunny conservatory offers walls of bright picture windows, and thereʼs both a cozy study and a library lined with built-in bookcases. Outside, a fenced-in yard and plenty of greenery lends privacy to a swimming pool, balcony, and terrace on the homeʼs manicured half-acre plot.

The six-bed, seven-bath mansion is listed at $8.1 million. Take a peek below, then go to Long and Foster for the complete details.

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