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Circa-1890 townhouse with six fireplaces near Sheridan Circle lists for $2M

This five-bedroom property also features a private rear garden

2233 Q St. NW
Homevisit/Matt Brazier, courtesy of HRL Partners at Washington Fine Properties

Suffice it to say you would not be cold during the winter at this new listing. One block south of Sheridan Circle and one block east of the Dumbarton Bridge into Georgetown, this five-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom townhouse comes with not one but six fireplaces spread across its living spaces and bedrooms.

Located at 2233 Q St. NW, the 3,550-square-foot home was built around 1890 and has been updated throughout. It has both hardwood floors and carpeting as well as a granite kitchen with wood cabinets. One of the fireplaces—in a second-floor sitting room that has rounded windows and can also work as a bedroom—is flanked by built-in bookshelves.

There is a private garden patio in the back and a rentable one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment with a private entrance on the lower level. The front of the house has a small driveway and a below-grade garage that can fit one car.

The property hit the market for $2 million and is just a few block west of the Dupont Circle Metro station. It last sold in 2000 for $960,000, according to Redfin.

The listing agents are Robert Hryniewicki, Adam T. Rackliffe, and Christopher R. Leary of HRL Partners at Washington Fine Properties. An open house is scheduled from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 5.