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This home is located at 1316 33rd St, NW:


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The flier says:

“One of Georgetown’s most unique properties, “The Stables”, TWO mid-19th century carriage houses (can be combined) w/ amazing details & myriad possibilities. 1316 is 3 bd/2.5 ba, 1318 is 2 bd/2.5 baths. Both are recently renovated & possess cathedral ceilings, leaded glass windows, h’wood floors, 3 fireplaces, abundant sunlight & lovely yard with koi pond. Separately deeded prkg avail. Sold As Is.”

You can find more info here and a virtual tour here.

Sweet! I’ve featured this house numerous times. It’s def. pretty unique. I had no idea it was two carriage houses. Unfortunately the tour is not furnished but it’s still awesome to get a look inside. It’s yours for $2,499,000.

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