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Modern Georgetown home lowers price by $2M, now asks $7.99M

Still stunning on the inside with a glass elevator and high-end appliances

All photos via TTR Sotheby's International Realty

When this Georgetown single-family home first landed on the market in September 2015, it asked $9,995,000. Since then, its price has been chopped two times, leaving it with the current price of $7,995,000.

The listing has been featured on Curbed DC multiple times, showcased for its stunning foyer, kitchen, glass elevator, and smart home features. It is also currently the eighth most expensive home on the Washington, D.C., market.

Inside, there is smart glass, geo-thermal heating, and high-end appliances. There are also accordion doors that open up to an ozone swimming pool. For homebuyers who drive, there is a separate garage provided with enough parking for three cars.

The last time this listing sold was in October 2009 for $1,875,000.

The listing agent is Russell Firestone of TTR Sotheby's International Realty.

3245 N Street NW [TTR Sotheby's International Realty]

[UPDATE: A previous version of this article reported that the home had NanaWall doors. The photos do not show a NanaWall product.]