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For $4.95M, live in a Dupont Circle home designed by the Phillips Collection architect

"Secret" room included

In c. 1897, this Dupont Circle residence was designed by Hornblower Marshall, the same architectural firm behind The Phillips Collection, the Duncan Phillips House, and the National Museum of Natural History. The residence is now up for grabs for $4.95 million.

With 8,200 square feet of space, this residence offers seven bedrooms and eight bathrooms. The listing is only a block away from The Phillips Collection, the first modern art museum in the U.S., and within walking distance to the Dupont Circle Metro station.

Inside the five-level home, there are five fireplaces, built-ins, and hardwood flooring throughout. Two separate two-bedroom apartments with parking and a rooftop garden are rented for $8,750/month, according to the listing. There is also a "secret room" behind one of the bookcases. A private garden and two off-street parking spaces are included.

Check out the ins and outs of the listing with the below gallery.