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Party People, This Award-Winning Georgetown Townhome Might Be for You

This glassy, four-story row townhome in Georgetown might just be the most commanding, most stunning listing on the block. When it was built, the Mark McInturff-designed property got the eye of multiple chapters in the American Institute of Architects (AIA). The Washington, D.C. chapter awarded the residence the 2001 Merit in Architecture and the Washingtonian Residential Award. It also received the AIA Maryland Society Merit Award and the AIA Potomac Valley Chapter Merit Award. With three bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms, this townhome offers waterfront views from a two-story "view room" that also comes with a wet bar, living room, and modern kitchen and bathroom—a feature that some party-centric homebuyers might enjoy. For added shock value, there is also a hot tub on the rooftop as well as a multimedia system throughout the entire abode. The listing price totals $3.495 million, but when it was a rental in 2013, it asked a whopping $15,000/month.


· 3618 Prospect Street NW [Redfin]
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