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$16.5 Million Mansion Near Embassy Row Hits the Market

  • January 16, 2015

by UrbanTurf Staff

$16.5 Million Mansion Near Embassy Row Hits the Market: Figure 1
2221 30th Street NW

Another very expensive historical home has hit the market in DC.

The palatial nine-bedroom, 14.5-bath mansion at 2221 30th Street NW (map) was listed Friday for $16.5 million, making it the second most expensive home for sale within the DC borders. The most expensive home remains the Textile Museum property in Kalorama listed for $22 million.

$16.5 Million Mansion Near Embassy Row Hits the Market: Figure 2

The listing off Embassy Row spreads out over 13,800 square feet, and has a number of expected high-end features including a media room, elevator, custom wine cellar and a massive driveway. The residence was once the home of venture capitalist Melvin Estrin, reports Washington Business Journal.

$16.5 Million Mansion Near Embassy Row Hits the Market: Figure 3

Nancy Taylor Bubes of Washington Fine Properties is listing the home. More photos are below and details can be found here.

$16.5 Million Mansion Near Embassy Row Hits the Market: Figure 4

$16.5 Million Mansion Near Embassy Row Hits the Market: Figure 5

Photography By HomeVisit — Connie Gauthier.

This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/16.5_million_mansion_off_massachusetts_avenue_hits_the_market/9422

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