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Early 1800s Georgetown home chops $255K from price, asks $2.8M

Carriage house, cobble stone courtyard, and off-street parking included

All photos via Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc.

In July 2016, this restored single-family home landed on the Georgetown market with a separate two-story carriage house and two off-street parking spaces. At the time, it asked $3.15 million. Recently, it was relisted with $255,000 chopped from the price, lowering it to $2,895,000.

The main home is known as the Bussard-Newman House, and, according to a Long & Foster press release, the residence is one of few remaining in the area that was used as a combination of residence and small business. For some time, it was used for business of a butcher and a confectioner and later a residential rental property.

In the main home, dating back to c. 1805, there are two bedrooms and three bathrooms across roughly 2,000 square feet of space. The carriage house also houses an additional bedroom, two bathrooms, and a kitchen.

For a closer look inside, see the gallery below.

1311 35th Street NW [Redfin]