The Decatur House, located at 2812 N Street, NW, is extraordinary - even by the standards of the East Village of Georgetown which is filled with wonderful Federal mansions. This stunning and authentic 1779 brick residence still retains the glorious grounds that surrounded it when it was first built. In addition to visual magnificence it has a storied history which links the house to the national and colonial record of the United States. The house was the home of Susan Decatur who took refuge there after her husband, a Revolutionary War naval hero and Commodore of the Navy, was killed in a duel. Here, she entertained the dignitaries and the celebrities of the young America. The house is filled with history and maintains much of its original floor plan and details, a rare trait. The house was completely renovated at the beginning of the current owners tenure and has been faithfully maintained since then by the Districts most skilled contractors and tradesmen. The facade is a perfect example of Federal architecture. The entire entry level has 12.5 ceilings. In proportion to this volume of space are the oversized windows and large fireplaces. The great drawing room is 34 long and flanked by two fireplaces and four sets of French doors which lead out to the covered porch. Beyond the great drawing room is the dining room which matches the grandeur and elegance of the previous space at almost 30 long. There are three bedrooms including the primary bedroom and three full baths on the second floor. The entire floor has ceilings over 11, and two of the bedrooms have French doors opening to the south balcony. The top floor of the house has two charming bedrooms of equal size. Each has two sets of south-facing dormers, its own full bath, and good closets and built-ins. There are two walk-in cedar closets at the end of the hallway, one with an original dormer window inside. The property also has off street parking for two cars.
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A very special and unique Georgetown house with garage parking located in a serene oasis in the upper East Village. The property is a well-cared for treasure with windows on all four sides of the home, situated at a higher elevation on two lots with private terraces and expansive views to the south, east and west. The gardens, one of the first residential designs by Oehme van Sweden are established and easily maintained with a variety of plantings to create interest throughout the seasons. The home enjoys extraordinary, elegant living spaces one “must see” to appreciate. Currently configured as a two bedroom, three full and one-half-bath and office spaces, the new owner might redecorate other rooms to add additional bedrooms. The original floor plan when current owners bought the home was 3 ensuite bedrooms. With a proper and gracious marbled entry, one is led into an extraordinary living room with high ceilings and French doors leading out to the gardens. The elegant dining room, with lovely fireplace, has access through French doors out to the terrace, charming for before or after dinner enjoyment. There is a most wonderful quiet and elegant family room/ library, large enough to gather around the fireplace one of four fireplaces as well as provide space for a home office. The master suite, on the second floor has a spectacular view over the trees to the south. It is large with seating area around the fireplace. French doors lead out to a Juliet balcony overlooking the gardens and trees with dramatic views, but great privacy. room with high ceilings, French doors leading out to the gardens. The dining room, with lovely fireplace, has access through French doors out to the terrace, charming for before or after dinner enjoyment. There is a quiet and elegant family room, large enough to gather around the fireplace as well as provide space for a home office. The master suite upstairs, above the living room is large with seating area around the fireplace. French doors lead out to a Juliet balcony overlooking the gardens and dramatic views. The third bedroom has been converted into a dining room, but would easily return it to a terrific suite with fireplace and private terrace.
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Large historic house in the West Village! The original part of this versatile house dates to 1790. The main level includes a spacious foyer, living room with fire place and built-ins, dining room, gourmet kitchen that opens to the family room, a light-filled second informal dining room, and a second entrance used for a mud room and storage, as well as a powder room and laundry. The second level Includes the master suite with a spectacular dressing room and bath. There is stunning room with high ceilings that makes a wonderful bedroom/library/playroom that walks out to the lush and landscaped private garden. There is another bedroom, bath and office/bedroom on this level. The top level is a bedroom and bath with views on three sides. The lower level is a rec room, storage cedar closet. There is 2-car rental parking in a garage just 30 feet from the front door.
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Contract $7,900,000 $3,696k 214% '21   57/ 2812 N ST NW WASHINGTON 20007GEORGETOWN 6/6/1742217990.169719   James C. Peva (List:'15+,'18+ x
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 -$0k  $2,995,000 $2,413k 124% '22   72/ 3222 SCOTT PL NW WASHINGTON 20007GEORGETOWN 3/3/1332019560.069523   James C. Peva (List:'15+,'18+ x
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 -$0k  $2,750,000 $2,490k 110% '22   72/ 1234 33RD ST NW WASHINGTON 20007GEORGETOWN 5/3/1434118900.099620   James C. Peva (List:'15+,'18+ x
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