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5 charming carriage houses for sale in the D.C. area

Once for horses, now renovated and ready for homebuyers

3414 Volta Place NW

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.

510 Hammonds Court

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.

508 Lincoln Avenue

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.

400 M Street NW

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.

612 3rd Street SE

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.