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Location: Washington, D.C.
The Skinny: Located in the Irish Hill enclave, just steps from the epicenter of D.C.'s Georgetown neighborhood, this stately Georgian is one of a handful of detached mansions in this posh section of town. Sprawling over 8,000 square feet, with seven bedrooms and five bathrooms, the four-story home was built in 1916 by "a prominent doctor" and features a rear patio, garden, and an exceedingly rare garage, a coveted feature in parking-starved Georgetown. Those unique features, along with the generally excellent condition of this brick manse, have driven the price up to $6.5M, making it one of the top ten most expensive properties on the market in Northwest D.C. To assuage any potential buyers remorse, there's an enormous master suite, occupying "the majority of the second level" and including an exercise room, study, and renovated master bath.
· 3301 North Street NW [Sotheby's]