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For $4.5M, You Can Live in an Embassy on Millionaire's Row Built By the Firm Behind the White House's West Wing

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What better mansion to live in then one that was not only the Embassy of Georgia, but a creation of Wyeth & Cresson, the architecture firm behind the West Wing of the White House. It last sold for $3,183,600 in June 2014 and has returned to the market for $4.5 million, a price not so unusual for Millionaire's Row. This 8,091-square-foot, five-story listing is for those homeowners who need a lot of space, especially when it offers eight bedrooms and seven bathrooms. To top it all off, the 1911-built abode features built-ins, wooden staircases, a myriad of chandeliers, and five parking spaces.

· 2209 Massachusetts Avenue NW [Estately]
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