1754 - Georgian Style

First known as “The Great House” built by English Loyalist Robert Hooper, a wealthy merchant, the house is one of the oldest homes in Washington, DC, However, this 15,579 sq.ft. Georgian mansion was not built in Washington, DC. It originally resided in Massachusetts, and was carefully transferred piece by piece via railroad in the 1930s. The three-story estate sold in 2007 for $7,165,000.

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1776 - Italianate Style

This historic brick condo is located in downtown Washington and was built in 1776. The home is two stories tall, 2,567 sq.ft., has four bedrooms, two and a half baths, and was last sold in 2009 for $725,000. The property includes many luxurious features, such as hardwood flooring throughout, a library, a fireplace, and a beautifully landscaped yard.

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1780 - Italianate Style

Located in the beautiful and historic Foggy Bottom neighborhood among other 18th and 19th century properties, this 3,670 sq.ft. two-story home is made of brick and was built in 1780. It includes three bedrooms and two and a half baths, and features hardwood flooring throughout. The property’s value is assessed at $1,103,180.

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1782 - Georgian Style

Built in 1782, this brick townhome is 3,556 sq.ft., two stories tall, and is located in the famous and gorgeous Capitol Hill neighborhood. It is situated not only in the same neighborhood as the US Capitol and the Supreme Court, but many of Washington’s most historic buildings. The 3-bed, 1.5-bath property is valued at $1,047,090.

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1788 - Federal Style

Located in the incredible Georgetown neighborhood, this three-story 6,149 sq.ft. mansion has four bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms. The beautiful property is made of brick, was built in 1788, and will be sure to impress with its beautiful interior and hardwood flooring. It is currently valued at $2,193,280.


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1790 - Georgian Style

Built in 1790, this wonderful brick townhome of an impressive 4,293 sq.ft. is two stories tall, and resides in the historic Georgetown neighborhood. It features four bedrooms, two and a half baths, and hardwood flooring. The property includes a basement and a fireplace, and it sold in 2007 for $1,800,000.


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1793 - Southern Colonial Style

Built in 1793, this 6,089 sq.ft. mansion is located on almost a half acre of property, featuring a 60 ft. pool, a shared tennis court, and views of the National Cathedral and the Rosedale conservancy. The residence features 4 beds, 4 baths, and a study. The estate sold in 2012 for $4,450,000 and is the oldest home in Cleveland Park Historic District.

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1796 - Colonial Style

Built in 1796, masterfully restored 7,744 sq.ft. villa, last sold in 2009 for $3.3 million. Made of stone, it features 6 beds and 5 and 1/2 baths. It has awesome amenities, such a gourmet kitchen, four historic fireplaces, a dining room with cathedral ceiling, and a separate guest suite. One of it's owners was Sherman Adams, President Eisenhower's Chief of Staff. It was also visited by Winston Churchill!

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1802 - Federal Style

Built in 1802 in the picturesque Georgetown neighborhood, this now elegant brick townhome was originally a chimney factory. The 4-bed, 3.5-bath home is 3,373 sq.ft., two stories tall, and features a home office and a guest suite. Backed directly against Volta Park and enjoying a private garden, the property provides spectacular scenery. It sold for $2,410,000 in 2008.

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1807 - Second Empire Style

This incredible 3,456 sq. ft. single-family home is a piece of history that has been kept in a spectacular condition. Built in 1807, the classy 4-bed 3.5-bath residence features two fireplaces and formal living and dining rooms. The property has an excellent view of Washington Monument and contains a courtyard complete with pond. It sold in 2010 for $1,900,000.

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1810 - Federal Style

Built in 1810, this 4,166 sq.ft. residence has four bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms. The two story home is made of brick and is located in the historic Georgetown neighborhood near many other homes and buildings of historic importance to Washington, DC. The property sold in 2010 for $2,600,000.


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1815 - Federal Style

A single-family home built in 1815, this residence is an impressive 7,615 sq.ft., features 6 bedrooms, 4 full and 2 partial baths. It is considered 2.75 stories tall as the majority of the house is three stories, but part of it is only two stories tall. This beautiful federal has a picturesque front entry sequence helping to navigate the second level entryway. It last sold in 2004 for $4,000,000.

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1818 - Georgian Style

Built in 1818, this beautiful brick single-family residence is 4,138 sq.ft., two and a half stories tall, and features four bedrooms and two and a half baths. It is conveniently located within a few minutes walking distance of Fort Bayard Park, many restaurants and businesses, and the Metro. The home sold in 2012 for $1,015,127.


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1820 - Italianate Style

Beautifully constructed from brick, this three-story 6,329 sq.ft. home dates back to 1820. Located in the historic Georgetown neighborhood, it features six bedrooms, three full bathrooms, two partial baths, and a fireplace. The home has twelve rooms in total and is assessed at $3,326,330, but last sold in 2013 for $3,350,000.

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1824 - Colonial Style

Located in Georgetown neighborhood, this historic house was built in 1824. This colonial lends a pastoral appeal to the block. It is 2,102 sq.ft., two stories tall, and includes 4 bedrooms and 2 1/2 baths. The home is conveniently located near to many other homes, churches, and other buildings of historical importance, as well as numerous parks and schools. It is valued at $817,880.

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1825 - Federal Style

Built in 1825 and made of brick, this two and a half story, 5,209 sq.ft. home features four bedrooms, thee full bathrooms, and two partial bathrooms. It has a basement and a fireplace, features hardwood flooring throughout, and was renovated in 1967. The home is located in the Georgetown neighborhood and is assessed at $1,751,630.

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1830 - Italianate Style

The historic condo made of brick and built in 1830 is located in the upscale Burleith neighborhood. The block of row houses breaks the inherent uniformity with bright and whimsical swaths of colour delineating each unit. It is 2,311 sq.ft., two stories tall, and features two bedrooms and one and a half baths. It last sold in 1991 for an undisclosed amount and is currently assessed at $672,080.

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1835 - Federal Style

Built in 1835, this 2,280 sq.ft. two-story condo has three bedrooms, two full bathrooms, a fireplace, and a basement. Located in the Georgetown neighborhood, this home features an open and bright layout with recessed lighting throughout, a beautiful kitchen, and a gorgeous brick patio in the backyard. The home last sold for $1,085,000 in 2010.

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1840 - Greek Revival Style

This 2,007 sq.ft. two-story townhome has three bedrooms and one and a half baths. Built in 1840, it stands in line with other similar townhomes of the same age in what is now the Georgetown neighborhood. The property is surrounded by many beautiful and historic buildings and last sold in 2006 for $1,100,000.


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1841 - Greek Revival Style

Nestled among four parks, this sophisticated single-family residence was built in 1841. It is two stories tall, 2,744 sq.ft., and features three bedrooms and two and a half baths. It enjoys a beautifully landscaped garden and a deck on the roof that provides wonderful views. It is assessed at $1,210,540.


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1847 - Stick Style

This three story condo was built in 1847 and is 3,776 sq.ft. with six bedrooms and three full bathrooms. The cusped arch at the top of the prominent façade adds ornamental flamboyance to an otherwise restrained exterior. The residence sold in 1999 for an undisclosed amount and is currently assessed at $907,720.


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1850 - Federal Style

Built in 1850 and made of brick, this three story townhome resides in Georgetown neighborhood. It is 2,976 sq.ft., has four bedrooms, three full bathrooms, and one partial bathroom. The property is located near to many other buildings of significant historical importance and last sold in 2002 for $1,350,000.


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1853 - Italianate Style

Located in the spectacular Capitol Hill neighborhood, the simple street façade hides an unexpectedly large home behind. This 3,276 sq.ft. two-story, and four-bed home is nestled among some of the most important buildings in US, directly across from the Supreme Court and next to the Library of Congress, the US Capitol, and many House and Senate office buildings. The home sold in 1999 for $358,000.

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1858 - Romanesque Style

This incredible single-family home was made of brick back in 1858 and is located in the beautiful and historic Georgetown neighborhood. It is two and a half stories tall, 6,037 sq.ft., and features six bedrooms and four full bathrooms. It also includes a fireplace and a basement. The property is assessed at $2,227,210.


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1862 - Colonial Style

This two story 5,582 sq.ft. house was built in 1862 and is located in the Chevy Chase neighborhood. It features four bedrooms, two and half bathrooms, and is nestled inside Fort Reno Park near to many schools, restaurants, other parks, and other amenities. The home sold in 2000 for $595,000.


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1864 - Romanesque, Jacobethan Style

Built in the year 1864, this three story townhome is 3,501 sq.ft., made of brick, and is terraced alongside other beautiful and historic townhomes. It has a basement, three bedrooms, one full bathroom, two partial bathrooms and is located inside the Old City II neighborhood. It is assessed at $975,650.


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1865 - Federal Style

This small but elegant two story and 1,158 sq.ft. townhome was constructed of brick in 1865. It has three bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms, and is located in Georgetown, within walking distance to all the points of interest in the neighborhood. The home features two fireplaces and a beautiful brick patio.


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1869 - Romanesque Style

Built in 1869 in the historic Capitol Hill neighborhood, this three story home is 2,922 sq.ft. and features four bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms. It is located only a block away from the Folger Shakespeare Library and two blocks from the Supreme Court and the Library of Congress. The home last sold in 2003 for $720,000.

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1870 - Victorian Style

Located in the upscale Old City II neighborhood, this beautiful brick condo dates back to 1870. It is three stories tall, 4,665 sq.ft., and has three bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms. The home features a wine room with wet bar, a garden and a patio. It sold in 2010 for an undisclosed amount and is valued at $1,389,490.

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1875 - Victorian Style

This two story Victorian home built in 1875 in Logan Circle neighborhood is a very well preserved piece of history. It has the original pine flooring on the first floor and the original stained glass windows. It is located in walking distance to two metro lines and many amenities. The property of 3,694 sq. ft. and 2 bedrooms was last sold in 2000 for $453,000.

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1879 - Italianate Style

Nestled among many other beautiful and old homes in DC’s historic Georgetown neighborhood, this three story terraced condo built in 1879 is 3,634 sq.ft. It boasts four bedrooms and four full bathrooms, and includes a fireplace and a basement. It's situated in walking distance to multiple parks, churches, and stores. The property is valued at $2,043,250.

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1880 - Queen Anne Style

Built in 1880, this single-family residence is 3,426 sq.ft., 2.25 stories, and has three bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms. The property resides in the Georgetown neighborhood, in walking distance to many historic buildings, parks, and sights. It sold in 2008 for an undisclosed amount and is valued at $1,590,510.


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1882 - Second Empire Style

Built in 1882 and located in the Old City II neighborhood, this three story multi-family home was the home of Zalmon Richards, founder of the National Education Association. It was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1965. The property is 4,164 sq.ft. and features five bedrooms, two bathrooms, a fireplace, and a finished basement. It's valued at $1,010,110.

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1887 - Queen Anne Style

This 4-bed, 3.5-bath 4,267 sq.ft. condo was the home of the 19th-century ornithologist Elliott Coues, who lived in this house from 1887 until his death in 1899. The house was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1975. The home has 13 rooms in total in addition to a basement, and its value is assessed at an impressive $4,723,240.

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1888 - Italianate Style

A superbly preserved and luxuriously updated townhome, this condo was built in 1888 and has many features. The three story 6,992 sq.ft. home has 5 beds, 4.5 baths, a spectacular kitchen, an entertaining room with kitchenette, a stone patio, and even a rooftop deck. The home last sold in 2011 for $3,150,000.


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1890 - Romanesque Style

This 8,374 sq.ft. mansion was built in 1890 in the Georgetown neighborhood. It is made from brick and boasts six bedrooms, five full bathrooms, two half baths, and a two car garage. It is sure to impress with its three story foyer, formal living and dining areas, and a fenced garden. It sold in 2009 for an impressive $5,000,000.

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1895 - Queen Anne, Shingle Style

This 7,105 sq.ft. single family home built in 1895 has as many as seven bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms. Featuring Queen Anne styling, the house is two and half stories tall, and resides in the Cleveland Park neighborhood. It is outstanding, both inside and outside, with high ceilings, wooden floors, and large windows. The property sold in 2011 for $3,300,000.

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1898 - Queen Anne Style

Built in 1898, this beautiful and ornate 5,320 sq.ft. house makes a significant impression. It is two and a half stories tall, has six bedrooms and two bathrooms, and includes a fireplace. It is located in the Cleveland Park neighborhood and has an ornately landscaped yard. It is assessed at $1,441,910.


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1900 - Second Empire Style

This enormous three story home features seven bedrooms, five full and two partial bathrooms. It was built in 1900 and boasts an impressive size (6,051 sq.ft) for a brick house. It is located in the Georgetown neighborhood and sold in 2003 for $5,175,000, but has a much higher current market value of $7,193,340.


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1904 - Italianate Style

This historic brick row house was built in 1904 and is three stories tall. Located in the exquisite Georgetown neighborhood along other historic buildings and residences, this condo is three stories tall, 3,687 sq.ft., and contains four bedrooms and four and a half baths. It sold in 2009 for $1,155,000.


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1908 - Arts and Crafts Style

Built in 1908, this three story brick townhome was owned by Samuel Gompers, the president of the American Federation of Labor. He lived in this three-story brick rowhouse from 1902 to 1917. It was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1974 and is also in the National Register of Historic Places. The 2,964 sq.ft. row house is located in Bloomingdale neighborhood.

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1910 - Queen Anne Style

Located in the Columbia Heights neighborhood, this 5,103 sq.ft. three story townhome belonged to the important geologist David White and was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1976. It is made of brick and resides in the older part of the neighborhood alongside many old and historically important homes. It sold in 2001 for $259,000.

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1915 - Colonial Revival Style

A beautiful brick single family home located in the historic Kalorama neighborhood, this property once belonged to Frances Perkins, a U.S. Secretary of Labour and the first woman in the U.S. Cabinet. The home was built in 1915 and was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1991. It's three stories high and 4,875 sq.ft. It sold in 2000 for $1,004,000.

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1916 - Colonial Revival Style

This 7,245 sq.ft. brick house was built in 1916 and is located in the Cleveland Park neighborhood. It stands three stories tall and has four bedrooms and five and half bathrooms. It is located near to many historic buildings, and is only a few blocks from the Washington National Cathedral. It is currently assessed at $1,913,040.

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1921 - Provincial Revivalism Style

This impressive two and a half story home was built features 7,090 sq.ft. It was designed in the Provincial Revivalism style. Popularized in the 1920s, this architectural style references Hollywood-movie set design. It holds five bedrooms and four full and two partial bathrooms. The mansion has a current market value of $2,131,770.

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1925 - Colonial Revival Style

A 4,188 sq.ft. home built in 1925, this residence is two stories tall and has three bedrooms and two and half baths. It is made of brick and located in the Cleveland Park neighborhood surrounded by impressive architecture and parks, yet is only a half mile from bustling Connecticut Ave and many amenities. It sold in 2012 for $1,100,000.

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1928 - Tudor Revival Style

Located in the small and serenely picturesque neighborhood of Massachusetts Avenue Heights, this large stucco home was built in 1928. Considered 2.75 stories tall, it contains an impressive 8,212 sq.ft., four bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms. It features a finished basement and a fireplace, and its value is assessed at $2,879,290.

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1933 - Colonial Revival Style

One of Washington’s affluent neighborhoods, Spring Valley is known for its large homes. Standing at an impressive 11,406 sq.ft. and two and half stories tall, this example does not disappoint. It was constructed of brick in 1933 and has six bedrooms and five and half baths. It has a current market value of $2,873,290.


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1935 - Colonial Revival Style

This amazing 6,061 sq. ft. crib was designed in the Colonial architectural style and boasts 5 beds and 6 baths, all in all 14 rooms. It was last sold in 2005 for $2,450,000. The house features awesome landscaping and remarkable interior amenities such as an exercise room and a gourmet kitchen.


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1936 - Colonial Revival Style

Built of brick in 1936, this 6,947 sq.ft. single family residence resides in the scenic Berkley neighborhood within walking distance to many parks and pedestrian paths. It is 2.75 stories and has four bedrooms and four and half bathrooms. It was sold in 2006 for $2,575,000 and holds a current market value of $2,216,060.

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1941 - Federal Revival Style

This stunning brick home of 5 bedrooms is two and a half stories tall, 8,458 sq.ft., and had the interior completely renovated in 2012. The master bedroom features a walk in closet and two en suite baths. The home has a stone patio surrounded by a beautifully landscaped garden, two fireplaces, and the two car garage is heated.

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1946 - Greek Revival Style

Built in 1946, this 2.25 story home is 5,317 sq.ft. and holds four bedrooms and two and half bathrooms. It is built of brick and features a fireplace and a finished basement. The property is located in the beautiful Woodley Park neighborhood near numerous parks and historic buildings and is valued at $1,457,000.


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1948 - Greek Revival Style

This large 10,231 sq.ft. brick residence was built in 1948, is two stories tall, and encompasses four bedrooms, four full baths, and two partial baths. It is located in the Forest Hills neighborhood and features a beautifully designed patio and landscaped yard. This stately greek revival has a grand entry portico lined with two story columns. It sold in 2003 for an undisclosed amount and is valued at $2,558,210.

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1952 - Renaissance Revival Style

The 3-story brick mansion boasting 10,828 sq.ft. impresses with high ceilings, large common rooms, and a spectacular three story spiral staircase. It has a circular driveway with available parking for five cars, being assessed at $6,162,030. With simplified details and flattened surfaces, this renaissance revival expresses the modernist shift toward simplicity of style and form, and does so while retaining a dramatic textural quality.

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1954 - Colonial Revival Style

A fully renovated and luxurious residence, this 7,693 sq.ft. home was built in 1954. The master suite has two walk in closets, and all four additional bedrooms are full suites complete with marble bathrooms. It even features a chef’s kitchen and a sun room. The property is worth $2,037,220.


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1958 - Colonial Revival Style

This impressive two and a half story brick home of 7,853 sq. ft. was built in 1958 and renovated in 2004. The five bed, four and a half bath residence is located in the gorgeous and affluent Spring Valley neighborhood. All the bathrooms are spoiled in Italian tile, the entire house has Bose sound, and it even features a high end kitchen.

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1960 - Contemporary Antebellum Colonial Style

A remarkable home with an impressive view of the Potomac River, this 6,170 sq.ft. single-family house was built in 1960 with contemporary styling and has enormous windows for natural light and a master bedroom veranda from which the river can be seen. It holds 4 bedrooms and was last sold in 2010 for almost $2 million. The home is complete with a hot tub and in law suite.

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1965 - Federal Revival Style

Built in 1965 and located in the Forest Hills neighborhood, this 8,387 sq.ft. house contains six bedrooms, four full baths, and two partial baths. It is made of brick, stands two stories tall, and includes a finished basement and a fireplace. It was sold in 2004 for an undisclosed amount and is assessed at $1,409,330.


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1967 - Federal Style

This two story 4,887 sq. ft. Federal-style brick home was designed by the well-known builder Sam Pardoe and built in 1967. It resides in the Berkley neighborhood and contains four bedrooms, three full baths, and two half baths. It features high ceilings, hardwood flooring, a wet bar, and French doors that open to a garden and patio. It sold in 2010 for $1,050,000.

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1971 - Colonial Revival Style

This single family residence is two stories tall, 8,071 sq.ft., and boasts seven bedrooms, four full bathrooms, and three half baths. The freedom to mix proportions and style elements is very much played out in this eccentric colonial revival. The second floor is wrapped with a mansard roof. It also features a finished basement and a fireplace, counting fourteen rooms all in all. It is worth $2,341,000.

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1975 - Art Deco Style

This impressive three story brick townhome is located in Chevy Chase neighborhood and is adjacent to the large Rock Creek Park. The 4,428 sq.ft. home exudes elegance with its spiral staircase, marble foyer, and intricate attention to detail. It contains four bedrooms and three and a half baths and is assessed at $1,090,050.

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1976 - Colonial Revival Style

Located in the beautiful and historic Georgetown neighborhood, this three and a half story brick condo was built in 1976. It is 4,624 sq.ft. and features a fireplace, three bedrooms, three full bedrooms, and two half bathrooms. It is located in a scenic area near to numerous parks and gardens and is worth $2,000,800.


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1980 - Art Deco Style

Three stories tall and 6,744 sq.ft., this brick residence built in 1980 exudes luxury and style. The five bed, five and a half bath home features a floating staircase, gourmet kitchen, two master suites, a wine cellar, parking for four cars, and an elevator. It is located in the prestigious Kalorama neighborhood and is valued at $2,927,410.

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1984 - Art Deco Style

Built in 1984, this 6,058 sq.ft. single family home is four stories tall and resides in the Berkley neighborhood. The home contains five bedrooms, four full and two partial baths, and a fireplace. It is located very near to the Potomac river and is surrounded by vast and beautiful parks. The home is assessed at $1,890,390.


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1988 - Post Modern Style

This two story home of 6,831 sq.ft. has three bedrooms, and four and a half baths. Taking traditional forms and recreating them in new and interesting ways is the key point of post modernism. Using brick to suggest traditional motifs, this house excels at retaining the elegance of the classical vocabulary. The home sold in 2004 for an undisclosed amount and is worth $2,134,490.

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1992 - Contemporary Greek Revival Style

Located in the prosperous Spring Valley neighborhood, this 2.5 story 12,130 sq.ft. mega-mansion was built in 1992. It has brick exterior walls and boasts six bedrooms, six and a half bathrooms, a fireplace and sits on a half acre of land. It is located very near to Little Falls Park and the Maryland border and is valued at $2,831,010.

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1995 - Contemporary Greek Revival Style

Built in 1995 in the Spring Valley neighborhood, this two and a half story single family residence of 11,701 sq.ft. holds five bedrooms, and four and a half bathrooms. It features brick outer walls, a fireplace, and is located near to many beautiful and impressive homes as well as the British Embassy. It sold in 2000 for $980,000.

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1996 - Contemporary Shingle Style

Immediately adjacent to the scenic Battery Kemble Park in the Berkley neighborhood, this 11,356 sq.ft. home stands two and a half stories tall. It holds four bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms, and boasts fourteen rooms in total. It sold in 2003 for $2,100,000 and is currently assessed at $2,666,530.


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2000 - Contemporary Gothic Revival Style

Located in the Massachusetts Avenue Heights neighborhood and built in 2000, this two and a half story mansion is quite spacious, boasting 17,002 sq.ft., seven bedrooms, and eight and a half bathrooms. The extraordinary property is constructed of stone with a slate roof, and sits on a half acre of land. It is estimated to be worth a notable $7,189,980.

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2003 - Neo Eclectic Style

Built in 2003 in the Chevy Chase neighborhood, this 14,093 sq.ft. stone mansion holds six bedrooms, six full and two half bathrooms. It stands adjacent to Rock Creek Park on a half acre of land and features a chef’s kitchen, luxurious master bedroom suite, private in-law level, and parking for eight cars. It sold in 2007 for $3,000,000.

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2005 - Contemporary Shingle Style

Built two and a half stories tall, and displaying 11,233 sq.ft. of inhabited space, this home with stone siding has a significant and exquisite presence. It has seven bedrooms, six and a half baths, and is located in the Kent neighborhood near to the historic Battery Kemble Park. The property sold in 2007 for $3,400,000.


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2006 - Contemporary Shingle/ Chalet Style

Built in 2006, this two and a half story 13,827 sq.ft. mansion holds eight bedrooms, six full baths, and two half baths. It makes a strong impression with its beautiful architectural styling and stone siding. It is situated in the quiet and serene Forest Hills, enjoying a beautifully landscaped yard and a pool. It's assessed at $4.3 million.

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2010 - Contemporary Italianate Style

Standing in the Berkley neighborhood adjacent to Glover Archbold Park, this impressive 11,177 sq.ft. home was built by renowned architect David Jones. The home was constructed in 2010 and has no shortage of spectacular features with a wine cellar, theater room, heated pool, and an elevator. It sold in 2012 for a notable $4,600,000.

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2012 - Contemporary Federal Style

Sitting across from Glover Archbold Park in the Berkley neighborhood among similarly spectacular homes, this three story stone home boasts six bedrooms, five full and two partial baths. It was built in 2012 and includes many modern features such as geothermal HVAC, radiant floor heating, and an exterior heated driveway. It sold in 2012 for an impressive $4,400,000.

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2013 - Neo Eclectic Style

Built in 2013, this five story 14,150 sq.ft. French country-style mansion exudes luxury. It holds eight bedrooms and twelve full bathrooms. It features two kitchens, a marble foyer, a library, a breakfast nook, a fireplace, and even an elevator. It resides in the Berkley neighborhood on .75 acres and sold in 2009 for $2,000,000.

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