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This D.C.-Area Manse Was Built By Masonic Temple Architect

While century-old houses aren't unusual in Washington, D.C.'s real estate market, this one is a little more unique than the rest. The listing was built in 1923 by none other than Waddy Butler Wood. Wood was a Washington, D.C. architect whose works include the Woodrow Wilson House and the Masonic Temple, which is now used as the National Museum of Women in the Arts. Don't be too intimidated by property's old age. Award-winning D.C.-based architect Christian Zapatka renovated the listing from top-to-bottom in 2014. Inside, you can find an open floor plan, multiple walk-in closets, and a finished lower level with enough room for an additional bedroom. The garage is spacious enough for two cars. For those interested in giving the listing a closer look, the asking price totals to $5.9 million with six bedrooms and six-and-a-half bathrooms.

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