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Dupont Circle home designed by Phillips Collection architect chops price, lists for $4.5M

Currently the third most expensive listing in the neighborhood

All photos via Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc.

Hornblower Marshall, the same architectural firm behind The Phillips Collection, the Duncan Phillips House, and the National Museum of Natural History, was behind the construction of this circa 1897-constructed single-family home in Dupont Circle.

The property first landed on the market in November 2016 for $4.95 million and has recently experienced a price chop, lowering it down to $4.5 million. It last sold in July 1999 for $1.8 million, according to Redfin.

At the moment, this is the third most expensive listing in the Dupont Circle neighborhood, under this historic $7.9 million Beaux Arts townhome and this $5.5 million condo owned by arts patron Peggy Cooper Cafritz.

With 8,200 square feet of space, this residence offers seven bedrooms and seven and a half bathrooms. Inside, there are five fireplaces, built-ins, two separate two-bedroom apartments, and a “secret room” behind one of the bookcases. A private garden and two off-street parking spaces are included. The five-level listing is within walking distance to the Dupont Circle Metro station.

The listing agent is Ingrid Suisman of Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc.

2030 Hillyer Place NW [Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc.]