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This Logan Circle Manse Was Built by Ulysses S. Grant's Son

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For $849,000, you can live in a late nineteenth century Victorian mansion built in 1877 by Ulysses S. Grant, Jr., the son of the Union Army Commanding General and 18th U.S. President Ulysses S. Grant. According to the Logan Circle listing, the mansion wasn't converted into eight luxury condos until 1998 by Washington, D.C.-based developer PN Hoffman. Unit 2 recently landed on the market with two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 1,437-square-feet of space. Inside, you can find recessed lighting, granite countertops, and hardwood flooring throughout. For those in need of a breath of fresh air, the listing also offers a private shared fenced-in patio. The monthly HOA dues for this condo totals to $438.


· 1 Logan Circle NW Unit 2 [Estately]
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