This Georgetown carriage house was once owned by Scottish-born inventor Alexander Graham Bell. Constructed in c. 1900, it offers three bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms across a little over 2,200 square feet. Some of the highlights of this $2,195,000 listing include that it has multiple fireplaces, a private garden, and enough off-street parking for three cars.
In Alexandria, Virginia, this three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bathroom carriage house features custom brick arches, coffered ceilings, and a gas fireplace. There are also built-ins, exposed brick, and a brick patio. The price for the 2,335-square-foot home totals $1.7 million.
According to the listing, this c. 1893-constructed home comes with a carriage house in Falls Church. On a lot that spans a little over one-and-a-half acres, this 4,739-square-foot home features a wraparound porch, three parking spaces, and original woodwork. Period furnishings are also included. The price tag for this six-bedroom, six-and-a-half-bathroom home comes to $1,999,000.
Currently, this $2,995,000 Mt. Vernon Square single-family home and carriage house are used as a bed and breakfast. Despite this, they do have “grand residential appeal,” according to the listing. The main house has six bedrooms and six-and-a-half bathrooms, while the carriage house features three bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms. Both structures were constructed around 1900.
Once, this $2.85 million Capitol Hill listing was two single-family homes, but they—along with the custom-built carriage house—were combined to create a total of 5,750 square feet of space. There are seven bedrooms and eight bathrooms inside along with a wet bar, spiral staircase, and balcony.