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Embassy of Egypt’s headquarters in Dupont Circle lists for $4.25M

Six fireplaces, a heated garage, and more included

All photos courtesy of ONE Real Estate

In Dupont Circle’s Embassy Row, a $4.25 million four-level townhome has landed on the market. Along with seven bedrooms and seven bathrooms, this property also offers six fireplaces, an off-street driveway, heated garage, and private backyard. It is currently rented by the Egyptian Commercial & Economic Bureau.

Inside, there is both wall-to-wall carpeting and what looks like marble flooring. On the walls, there is wainscoting and molding. There are multiple offices throughout. The kitchen offers stainless steel appliances and an island with a built-in sink and bar seating. Built in circa 1900, the entire building spans 6,500 square feet.

The listing is directly next to this Beaux Arts townhome, which was renovated by D.C.-based architect Christian Zapatka. Architect George Totten designed the property in 1907. Totten is also known for designing the Embassy of Ecuador at 2535 15th Street NW and the “Pink Palace” at 2600 16th Street NW. The listing was last on the market for $7.9 million and is currently, temporarily off the market.

The listing agent is Sarah Grinder of ONE Real Estate.

2232 Massachusetts Avenue NW [ONE Real Estate]