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One of Georgetown’s oldest houses on sale for $1.7 million

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The circa-1794 pile includes four original fireplaces

The exterior and small yard of a house built in 1794, with a gate next to it leading to parking. Photos via Coldwell Banker

The bones of the 2,145-square-foot house at 1307 35th Street NW date from 1794, making the semi-detached pile one of the 20 oldest houses in Georgetown.

Four of its five fireplaces date from that 1794 construction, and the house also comes with two parking spaces via a more than 4,200-square-foot footprint. There are two bedrooms, too, and three full baths.

The location, the provenance, and the size do not come cheap: 1307 35th NW is asking $1,695,000 through Coldwell Banker.

A living room with furniture facing a fireplace.
A living room with furniture facing a fireplace and a glass door off to the side.
A dining room at the bottom of a stairwell with a table and chairs.
A modern galley kitchen with long countertops.
A bedroom with a bed facing a fireplace, and there’s a ceiling fan above the bed.
A back deck with a the bottom of a top deck overhanging it.