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Thomas Jefferson-inspired Georgetown townhome asks $3.5M

Inside, expect high ceilings, neutral colors, and floor-to-ceiling windows

All photos via Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc.

Only a few blocks from the Dumbarton Oaks Museum, this Georgetown residence is on the market with a gracious Entrance Hall, floor-to-ceiling windows in the family room, and a driveway. The ceilings reach 13 feet high, while the rooms offer French, English, and American antiques as well as soft neutral colors.

The owner and decorator of the home is D.C. resident Frank B. Randolph, who has previously been featured in Veranda. Randolph has had experience designing the vice-presidential residence of Dick Cheney.

When considering how to decorate his own home, Randolph told Veranda that he took inspiration from Thomas Jefferson, while also enlisting help from award-winning architect Christian Zapatka. Together, the designers recreated the grand pediment in Jefferson’s salon and created classical crown moldings and baseboards.

The residence features three bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms across roughly 3,800 square feet of space. The asking price totals $3.5 million. For whatever reason, there are no photos available of the kitchen or bathrooms inside the listing.

1671 34th Street NW [Redfin]

A Visit with Frank Randolph [Tone on Tone]

Slideshow [Veranda]