GDoN? “luxurious bath and dressing room” edition

3024 Cambridge Place Northwest

This house is located at 3024 Cambridge Place, Northwest. The listing says:

“Handsome, light-filled Victorian residence on one of the most sought after streets in Georgetown. Grand public rooms feature hardwood floors, high ceilings, built-ins, two fireplaces & French doors to a charming terrace overlooking the rear garden. Beautifully renovated kitchen adjoins dining room with arched French doors opening to the terrace. Master floor with luxurious bath and dressing room.”

3024 Cambridge Place Northwest inside

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This 4 bed/3 bath is going for $2,095,000.

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  • This corner of Georgetown is so lovely and quiet. And those french doors! *swoon*

  • Sheesh….. you’d think for 2 mil they would throw in a powder room on the main floor. What kind of luxury dwelling doesn’t have a toilet on every level???

    Ok… so I’m only half way joking. This place is super drool-worthy. Swoon….

  • justinbc

    This is certainly a beautiful house, but why exactly is this “one of the most sought after streets in Georgetown”?

    • I don’t know bout “most sought after street” but this location is one of the best in Georgetown. The area around Avon Pl, Dent Pl and Cambridge Pl is so beautiful and peaceful, tucked away from Q Street but still walkable to the D buses and and Wisconsin Ave. It’s also a quick walk to Montrose Park and Dumbarton Oaks. I lived in Georgetown (west of Wisconsin Ave) and often walked around this area just because it was so beautiful and quiet, like something out of a storybook. So much of Georgetown seems overrun with tourists, but not this part.

      • justinbc

        Yeah I love this area too for those reasons, but I find a lot of Georgetown to be indistinguishable from itself when it comes to the actual neighborhood parts, so I was curious if there was some bonus in particular that this street had.

        • It’s safe from tourist foot traffic and drunk Georgetown students and probably doesn’t get much vehicle cut-through traffic. It’s also a textbook example of why narrow streets are beautiful.

  • At first I thought this was priced way too low, but each level is less than 700 sq feet, and most of the rooms are pretty small for entertaining – especially the dining room. That would be a big drawback for me, and probably much moreso for the sort of person who tends to own a $2M house. Also, it might be tough to live with just street parking in Georgetown.

  • Beautiful house. Still, no way I’m paying $2.1 mil for something that has no parking.

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