3306 O Street NW
Georgetown doesn’t go long without a home for sale above the $10 million mark.
After being listed privately for several weeks, the five-bedroom, six-bath mansion at 3306 O Street NW hit the market on Monday for $13.995 million, making it the second most expensive home for sale in the District.
While not the largest home in Georgetown, the 6,900 square foot estate sits on a deep lot with a large garden and swimming pool, and has six parking spaces — four surface spaces and a two-car garage. The main floor of the house is filled with formal entertaining spaces while the lower level has rooms more fit for everyday family life. The home is listed with Mark McFadden of Washington Fine Properties.
The back of the home and private gardens.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/14_million_georgetown_mansion_becomes_dcs_second_priciest_home_for_sale/12603
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