24 May 2021

14,000 Square Foot Beaux Arts-Style Stone Mansion In Washington, DC


YEAR BUILT: 2008
LOT SIZE: 0.38 acres
SQUARE FEET: 14,750
BEDROOMS: 9
BATHROOMS: 12 full, 3 half
LIST PRICE: $18,500,000
LISTING AGENT(S): Charles Holzwarth & Carrie Carter of Washington Fine Properties

Custom designed and sited on a 0.38 acre corner lot in northwest Washington, DC, this stately Beaux Arts-style stone mansion was built in 2008 and is fashioned after a late-19th century French mansion. It boasts soaring ceilings throughout its interior with embassy-sized rooms fit for both large scale entertaining and comfortable casual living.

It features approximately 14,750 square feet of living space with nine bedrooms, 12 full and three half bathrooms, two-story reception hall with T-shaped staircase (wet bar located under staircase) and domed ceiling, an elevator, formal living room with fireplace, a solarium, banquet-sized dining room, butler's pantry, eat-in gourmet kitchen, breakfast room, two-story great room with fireplace, library with fireplace, a media room, lower level with a three-car garage and 500-bottle wine cellar, and much more. Outdoor features include two gated entrances, a motor court, portico, loggia, rooftop and open terraces, Juliet balcony, a heated swimming pool, and a fountain.































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1 comment:

  1. A truly magnificent working palace for the business mogul or politician.
    Trouble is, the site. This mansion deserves a park, not a .38 acre lot. Look at that street view - phone poles and exposed above ground utilities - it makes the whole thing look like sh!t.
    As if the SLRTWAFPOI in the Foyer wasn't bad enough, there's a second one in the Living room, and (gasp) a third one in the Master bathroom. And is that a treadmill in the Office/Library? Shoot the interior decorator!

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