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This $10M Townhome Shows Off Just How Luxurious Living in Georgetown Can Be

Say hello to the third priciest listing in the neighborhood

On a corner lot in the Georgetown neighborhood, this townhome just landed on market with a massive $9.975 million asking price. As the third priciest listing on the neighborhood's market, it has a lot to offer, from sprawling terraces to a finished lower level for staff. To top off all of the luxury, there are a total of nine bedrooms and nine-and-a-half bathrooms.

In the parlor, the ceilings rise up 13 feet with mirrors on the paneled walls, causing the already spacious room to appear even bigger. The curtains similarly accentuate the high ceilings.

Being built in c. 1875, it shouldn't be any surprise that the currently trendy open floor plan is absent from this listing. Instead, there is a separate dining room with a sparkling chandelier and a dainty wallpaper design.

The kitchen has been updated over the years with stainless steel appliances. The kitchen seems a little narrow if more than one person wants to cook at the same time, but if you can afford a roughly $10 million home, you can probably afford a cook too.

Those built-in bookshelves sure would look better with a personal library. Thank goodness you're here to fill them up with your favorite publications. If only Curbed was printed, right?

The lot that houses the property is almost 9,500 square feet, so there's more than enough space for relaxing and even partying in the rear deck and patio. Other highlights for the space include landscaped gardens and a side driveway.

Want a closer look at the ins and outs of this Georgetown home? Give the below gallery a whirl.

3053 P Street NW [Redfin]