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Live at the base of D.C.’s Spanish Steps for $2M

The five-bedroom single-family home has been fully renovated with new systems

All photos via TTR Sotheby's International Realty

For $2,395,000, homebuyers have the chance to live at the base of the Spanish Steps in Washington, D.C. Named after Rome’s Spanish Steps, the Spanish Steps in D.C.’s Kalorama are an urban arrangement constructed in 1911 by local architect Robert E. Cook. The Spanish Steps have been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1989, according to Architectural Digest.

The Spanish Steps in Washington, D.C.
Photo via clio1789

The single-family home on the market measures 3,676 square feet with five bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms. It last sold for $1.2 million in March 2014 and has since experienced a ground-up renovation and now features all new systems, according to the listing.

Inside, the kitchen boasts skylights, stainless steel appliances, and an island with a built-in sink. Homebuyers may also be attracted to the coffered ceilings and breakfast bar. The bathrooms offer marble countertops, walk-in showers, and freestanding bathtubs.

A rooftop patio is also included along with a lower level in-law suite that, according to the listing, generates $40,000 per year.

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2200 Decatur Place NW [Redfin]