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Feel Presidential by Buying a White House Replica in Brookland

The cost? $899,000

You don't need to be the President of the United States to live in a politico-looking pad. Just recently, this White House-esque listing landed on the Brookland market with three bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms. The cost totals $899,000, above the $594,900 average listing price for the neighborhood. It was last sold for $470,000 in 2009 and was later renovated.

Some of the highlights of this single-family home include its flagstone patio, sunporch, and breakfast room. There is also enough parking for two cars. Washingtonian reported that central air has also been installed.

If this White House replica doesn't stun you, there are also options in McLean and other areas in the U.S.

1313 Quincy Street NE [Redfin]

Brookland’s "White House" Is For Sale [Washingtonian]

7 Knockoff White Houses the Secret Service Should Absolutely Consider Using for Training [Curbed National]