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Beaux Arts ballroom-turned-residence in Kalorama can be yours for $2.7M

Designed in 1907 by George Totten

Photo via Washington Fine Properties

Dating back to 1907, this three-story, Beaux Arts home in Washington, D.C.’s Kalorama neighborhood has landed on the market for $2.7 million. It was originally the ballroom for an adjacent residence, designed by George Totten and built by WK Reeve. Past works by Totten have included designing the Embassy of Cameroon and the Pink Palace.

According to the listing, the house comes with two gas fireplaces, crown moldings, French doors, and marble bathrooms. The south-facing rear garden also features a deck. While describing itself as the “perfect in-town pied-à-terre,” it spans 2,700 square feet, so it would likely be a reasonable primary residence as well. Additionally, a brochure previously used for the listing by Washington Fine Properties notes that the house also comes with fabric wall coverings, built-in bookcases, and a two-car garage.

Photos inside the listing won’t be available for the next few days, but there are outdated photos available on Redfin.

The property last sold for $2.2 million in March 2014. The listing agent is Cynthia Howar of Washington Fine Properties.

2130 Bancroft Place NW [Washington Fine Properties]