For this edition of What X Buys You, UrbanTurf heads into the stratosphere of the DC area housing market.
A Bowling Alley, A Theater and A Custom-Built Home in Potomac
Coming in just below the $5 million mark, there is little that this 15,000 square-foot home in Potomac doesn't offer in the way of amenities. The custom-built house has an in-home theater, a large swimming pool and even its own bowling alley that is adjacent to a large recreation room. Other standout features of the listing include an expansive gourmet kitchen, a 100-foot gallery space and a full service bar on the lower level.
- Full Listing: 10111 Iron Gate Road, Potomac, MD (map)
- Price: $4,995,000
- Bedrooms: 7
- Bathrooms: 10
- Square Feet: 15,022
- Listing Agents: Marc Fleisher and Sintia Petrosian, TTR Sotheby's International Realty
A Former Consulate Transformed in Kalorama
What was once the Portuguese Consulate has been transformed on DC's Tracy Place into an almost 7,000 square foot residence not far from the homes of Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump, and the Obamas. Renovated in 2014, the house has a soft, light aesthetic throughout and has features including a wide entry gallery, a large center island kitchen, a wine cellar and a two-car garage.
- Full Listing: 2310 Tracy Place NW (map)
- Price: $4,950,000
- Bedrooms: Four
- Bathrooms: 5.5
- Year Built: 1914
- Listing Agent: Ben Tessler, Long & Foster Real Estate
A Conservatory Kitchen and 18-Foot Ceilings Off Massachusetts Avenue
The eye-catching feature of this four-bedroom home that sits next to DC's Normanstone Park is the conservatory kitchen designed by Barnes Vanze Architects that sits off the back of the property. The house also features a 30-foot living room, a library with soaring 18-foot ceilings, and a catering kitchen. The back of the home features lush landscaping, a lap pool, and multiple terraces that look out on Normanstone Park.
- Full Listing: 2740 32nd Street NW (map)
- Price: $4,985,000
- Bedrooms: Four
- Bathrooms: 5.5
- Square Feet: 6,052
- Year Built: 1934
- Listing Agent: Michael Rankin, TTR Sotheby's International Realty
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