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The building was originally constructed in 1902 and the unit has beamed ceilings
The spread dating from 1909 includes custom cabinetry and gated parking—and the potential for five bedrooms.
The unit gets lots of natural light and has hardwood floors throughout
The unit is spread across two floors and the master suite has a circular bay window
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Built in 1914, the home was recently renovated from top to bottom and includes a wine cellar
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This Parisian-style mansion needs some serious TLC
This five-bedroom property also features a private rear garden
The two-bedroom unit has a renovated kitchen and new windows
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Described as being "made for large-scale entertaining," this Kalorama single-family home certainly has the space for parties and other shindigs.
The house comes with two gas fireplaces, crown moldings, French doors, and marble bathrooms.
Spanning nearly 4,500 square feet, this 1925-built residence comes with hardwood flooring, built-ins, and a fireplace.
It last sold for a little over $4 million in 2009.
One of the former sellers was the owner of POLITICO.
Luxurious amenities abound!
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This home is perched on one of Kalorama’s highest sites.
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After five years of renovations, this Kalorama single-family home is finally ready for its next homebuyer.
The buyers are Karen Dixon and Nancy Schaffer.
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Dating back nearly 100 years, this Embassy Row property still retains some of its original features.