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Pair of Giant Washington Mansions Goes Up for Sale for $22M

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Location: Washington, D.C.
Price: $22,000,000
The Skinny: If D.C.'s former Washington Club—a 36,000-square-foot, Stanford White-designed pile listed for $26M—seemed just slightly too large to any super deep-pocketed buyers hunting for a personal executive mansion in the nation's capital, these two historic manors should do the trick. Boasting a combined 27,000 square feet of interior space, the two structures have served as the Textile Museum since 1925, when timber baron George Hewitt Myers combined his John Russell Pope-designed home with the neighboring Waddy Butler Wood-designed mansion. (All influential Washingtonians had three names back then.) After its long tenure, the museum is decamping to the George Washington University campus, leaving this epic combination with ten bedrooms, 14 bathrooms, a carriage house, and a 7,000-square-foot garden. The property has been listed for $22M.

· 2320 -2330 S Street NW [Coldwell Banker]
· DC's Stanford White-Designed Patterson Mansion Asks $26M [Curbed National]