03 November 2019

10,000 Square Foot French-Inspired Stone Mansion In Washington, DC

Built using stone sourced from a local quarry, this stately mansion in Washington, DC was built in 2000 and is situated on a half acre of land. It is located just moments away from both the National Cathedral and the National Zoo. It features approximately 10,823 square feet of living space with eight bedrooms, nine full and two half bathrooms, foyer with two-story reception hall, staircase, an elevator, formal living and dining rooms with fireplaces, butler's pantry, chef-inspired kitchen with stainless steel appliances and breakfast bar, family/breakfast room with fireplace, wood paneled home office/library with wet bar and its own entrance, a turret space that could be used for meditation or art room, a bonus/play room, lower level with 4,000-bottle temperature controlled wine cellar, food storage room, in-law suite, exercise room that could serve as a family room, a garage, and much more. Outdoor features include covered porches, rooftop terraces, ground terrace, fountain, and gardens. This mansion is listed with Wendy Gowdey of TTR Sotheby's International Realty.




BATHROOMS: 9 full, 2 half

LIST PRICE: $12,000,000

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