Empty Federal Style Mansion in Georgetown Asks $12.8M
$12,800,000 | Built c.1840 | 11,100 Sq. Ft. | 10 Beds | 6.5+ Baths | 0.69 Acres
1224 30th Street NW, Washington, D.C., United States, 20007
A one-of-a-kind Federal style residence in the heart of Georgetown is back on the market for $12.8 million after selling in December 2019 for $8.75 million. The property is one of the few true Georgetown estates and includes approximately 11,100 square feet of living space. Furnished photos depict what the residence previously looked like, vacant photos show what it currently looks like. The grounds encompass 0.68 acres of impeccably designed gardens, multiple outbuildings, a pool, a parking lot for 40+ cars, two 2-car garages (accessible through an alley on N Street) and more. The 10 bedroom, 6.5 bath main residence features three stunning public rooms which include the parlour, library and dining room, an orangery, 12 fireplaces, impeccable mouldings and historical details throughout. This property showcases a half acre of gardens including terraces, grand estate walls, a bowling green, large herb garden and boxwoods originally designed by Rose Greely in 1930 and later updated by Perry Wheeler and Andrea Filippone. Additional highlights of this estate include an entertaining pavilion/theatre with fireplace and large basement workroom, two green houses, a pool with pool house changing rooms and a four bedroom guest/staff house. Seller has not occupied the property. It’s on the market for $12.8 million with Charles Holzwarth of Washington Fine Properties.