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Nearly 145-year-old Georgetown mansion sells for over $7M

High ceilings, built-ins, and a spacious backyard included

All photos via HomeVisit

For some time, this Georgetown townhome was the sixth most expensive home for sale in Washington, D.C. In November 2017, the listing went under contract for $8.75 million. It has now officially sold for $7,365,000. When it first landed on the market in April 2016, it asked $9,975,000.

Inside, there are nine bedrooms, nine and a half bathrooms. The kitchen has been updated with stainless steel appliances, while the wood-paneled library offers built-in bookshelves. Outside, there is a side driveway and a rear deck and patio. The new homebuyer will also be able to enjoy a side driveway and a lower-level in-law suite.

The listing agents for this property were Ben Roth and Nancy Taylor Bubes of Washington Fine Properties.

3053 P Street NW [Washington Fine Properties]

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