Real Estate Property Information

Beds:
10 beds
Baths:
8+ baths
Home Size:
26,900 sqft
Lot Size:
0.78 acres
Property Type:
Single Family Detached
Year Built:
1914
MLS#:
DC8108676
Unit:
Garage:
2 Car Garage
Fireplace Count:
4+ Fireplaces
Fuel Type:
Natural Gas
Sewer:
Public

Estimated Monthly Payment

$109,253

Description

ONCE IN A LIFETIME OPPORTUNITY! Two landmark buildings, plus a garage/former chauffer's residence perfectly sited on 34,000+ sq ft lot, spanning from S Street to Decatur Place. Nearly 27,000sf total interior space. Formal, very private gardens, sweeping lawn & views. Zoned R-1-B/D. Perfect for an embassy, school, discerning individual.

Listed by Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage

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