Design & Home

See Inside a $2.749 Million Dupont Rowhouse

Six bedrooms, three fireplaces, and one tony location.
See Inside a .749 Million Dupont Rowhouse

It’s not every day that one of Dupont’s grand dame rowhouses pops up on the market—which only serves to make this lovely Q Street home seem extra special. Among the townhouse’s bragging points is a primo location neighboring several embassies and a generous 4,600 square feet of living space that encompasses six bedrooms, six baths, and an in-law suite. Though built in 1900, the home recently underwent a top-to-bottom renovation to highlight a slew of architectural flourishes and finishes, such as coffered ceilings, dark hardwood floors, bay windows, three ornate fireplaces, and a luxe kitchen outfitted with marble counters, a subway-tile backsplash and glossy white cabinets. There’s also a sunroom, upper-level balcony, deck, and patio. The only catch: A lofty $2.749 million price tag.

Take a peek inside 2208 Q Street NW below, then go to McWilliams/Ballard for more details.

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