5 Beds | 5/2 Baths | 6,280 Sq Ft | 1810 Year Built
Located in Georgetown's prestigious East Village, this grand Federal home offers gracious open living on five finished levels. Originally built in 1810, the all-brick residence has been impeccably maintained and updated while featuring exceptional period details in every room. Substantial crown moldings, hardwood floors and nine fireplaces with impressive surrounds are but a few of the home's refinements. Through the gracious foyer, the main level boasts formal living and dining rooms, each featuring built-ins, a fireplace and soaring ceilings. The table-space gourmet kitchen provides marble countertops, an oversized island with extra seating, Thermador 6 burner gas range and integrated fridge, freezer, wine cooler and dual dishwashers. Just off the kitchen the family room provides access to the private rear patio, ideal for indoor-outdoor entertaining. Upstairs, the primary suite encompasses an extraordinary dressing room with island storage, ample shelving and two en-suite bathrooms. The generously proportioned bedrooms all offer abundant natural sunlight, fireplaces and spa-like bathrooms. The lower level recreation room offers significant activity space, substantial storage and immediate exterior access. The property also features an elevator, which is accessible from all levels. Outside, the professionally maintained garden and terraced patio provide mature shade trees, a serene fountain and ample entertaining space. Off street garage parking for two cars conveys. Ideally located on a prominent Georgetown street, 3026 P Street NW was also the former residence of the 56th Secretary of State, Henry Kissinger.
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