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Federal-style townhouse in Georgetown with six fireplaces on sale for $6.5 million

The five-story pile dating from around 1817 also has six full bathrooms and quite a few bedrooms

An elegant room with a couch and built-in bookshelves. Photos courtesy of HomeVisit

The bones of the 7,175-square-foot federal-style townhouse at 3327 N Street NW in Georgetown date from around 1817, when a merchant and later Georgetown mayor, John Cox, built it.

The five-story pile retains some of that provenance in details such as the woodworking and the half-dozen fireplaces. And the tile in the garden room comes via a renovation of the White House in the 19th century (and there’s a garden room).

The house also has a half-dozen full bathrooms—and three half-baths—as well as five bedrooms. There’s a double parlor and an elevator to four of the five levels. The spread comes with six parking spots too—four garage—and a fish pond out back.

Given this scope, the history, and the location, No. 3327 N does not come cheap: It’s asking $6.5 million through Long & Foster. Take a look.

An entry foyer with arched doorways.
A long living room with furniture, a fireplace, and high ceilings.
A home bar with intricate wallpaper.
A narrow, carpeted staircase connecting two floors.
A living room with artwork on the walls, arched windows, and plush furniture.
A wine-tasting room with a counter and racks for the bottles of wine.
A garden room with a couch, two chairs, and sliding doors leading to a garden.
A bed with a four-post bed and a short staircase leading to a door that leads to the outside.