Once again, the White House on Georgetown Pike has returned to the market. The Neoclassical beauty was designed by a Vietnam refugee who wanted the property to honor his gratitude for America.
While the six-bedroom, 10-bathroom property’s facade is an homage to the White House, the listing doesn’t have an Oval Office or bowling alley. Some of the most stunning features it does have include a wine cellar, swimming pool, and two outdoor kitchens. On the lower level, there is also a "dance room," game room, and theater. On the upper levels, there is a wood-paneled library, a two-story "music room," and two walk-in closets for the master suite.
The last time this listing was on the market was in December 2015 when it asked $3.25 million. Now, while currently listed for $4,990,000, plans are for it to land on the auction market on October 6 at 11 a.m.
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