1232 30TH STREET, NW

WASHINGTON, DC

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1232 30TH STREET, NW

WASHINGTON, DC

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1232 30TH STREET, NW


WASHINGTON, DC

Offered At $2,395,000

Originally built circa 1780, this historic property is the site of one of the oldest homes in Georgetown’s East Village. First owned by Nicholas Hedges – who is best known as the builder of the famed Evermay Estate – 1232 30th Street, NW is one of about only thirty 18th century buildings remaining in Georgetown. Fast-forward to 2019, this true Federal style home is now suited for 21st century luxury living thanks to a fabulously designed and impeccably executed reconstruction by Akseizer Residential. Three finished levels boast 3 Bedrooms, 2 full + 1 Half Bathrooms, with highlights including top-of-the-line Thermador and Bosch appliances, Waterworks finishes, herringbone patterned white oak hardwood floors, custom built-ins, smart-home technology features, rare 120-foot long lot with fabulous private rear garden, and so much more in the heart of Georgetown.
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Inviting Living Room
Spacious Dining
Fabulous Kitchen - Thermador, Waterworks
Family Room w/ Built-Ins
French Doors open to Private Garden
Owner Suite Bedroom
A Room with a View
Dressing Room Wardrobes
Owner Bathroom - Waterworks
Second Bedroom
Hall Bathroom - Waterworks
Bosch W/D
Light Filled 2nd Level Landing
Third Bedroom
Deep Private Rear Garden
Rear Elevation
Beautiful Georgetown charm renewed
Floor Plans
1232 30th Street, NW
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