Brick Beaux-Arts Revival Seeks $5.5M in Washington, D.C. (PHOTOS)

Brick Beaux-Arts Revival Seeks $5.5M in Washington, D.C.

$5,500,000 | Built 1926 | 5,868 Sq. Ft. | 5 Beds | 5.5+ Baths | 0.14 Acres
2507 Massachusetts Avenue NW, Washington, D.C., United States, 20008
A handsome 1920s Beaux-Arts Revival residence prominently positioned directly across from the Japanese Embassy in the nucleus of Kalorama’s prestigious Embassy Row has hit the market for $5.5 million. Unquestionably a trophy address, 2507 offers unmatched curb appeal and proximity to the Vice Presidents Compound, high-ranking diplomats, c-suite executives, former presidents, cabinet officials, and notable global VIPs alike. A gracious floor plan spans over 6,000 square feet behind the timeless facade and hosts multiple elegantly-proportioned living spaces – well suited to fit a private residence, embassy or commercial office. Intricate millwork, plaster walls, restored marble mantles, a wine cave, multiple fireplaces and timeless fixtures showcase the handiwork of countless artisans.

Filled with natural light flooding through Palladian windows, the main level includes a gourmet kitchen with seamless access to the ample and completely private back lawn. Ascend the main staircase from the marble-clad entryway or take the full-service elevator to find formal entertaining spaces and five bedrooms, including a lavish master suite and sumptuous bath. Four additional full bathrooms, two powder rooms, and a circular driveway with a two-car garage complete the picture. Undeniably a rarified offering in one of Americas most sought-after neighbourhoods. It’s on the market for $5.5 million with Daniel Heider of TTR Sotheby’s International Realty.

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