When you think of Trophy Homes within the confines of Washington, DC what neighborhood comes to mind first? Georgetown, of course. That’s why taking a close look at Georgetown is like staring into a solar eclipse – you have to be prepared for a stunning display of energy produced by the most incendiary market in years.
In the first six months of 2014, 31 Georgetown listings from a high of $16,800,000 to $2,250,000 were sold.
A whitewashed Federal-style detached Trophy Home located at 2915 O Street NW was listed at $7,750,000 and sold the same day for $7,395,000. With three fireplaces, eight bedrooms, seven full baths, private gardens with three fountains, three kitchens and an elevator, it is a Timeless Classic in the true tradition of Georgetown living.
Nearby at 3007 Q Street NW, another Federal-style semi detached home on four levels listed at $5,450,000. With six fireplaces, five bedrooms, five full baths, gorgeous hardwood floors, magnificent curved staircase and high-end finishes throughout, it also sold in a single day.
The most expensive new listing in Georgetown is a $10,500,000 landmarked and historic Federal townhouse on famed Smiths Row in the heart of Georgetown. This AIA award-winning Hugh Newell Jacobsen masterpiece has been meticulously renovated and restored throughout all 5 levels. Amenities include stunning public space, luxurious full level master suite, elevator, geothermal heating/cooling, pool, and a detached garage with room for two cars and more.