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GDoN “Geo Thermal system” edition

by Prince Of Petworth December 30, 2015 at 12:30 pm 10 Comments

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This house is located at 2935 49th Street, Northwest. The listing says:

“Spectacular 6,000 + square ft NEW home w/ PARK views! 4 exquisite finished levels w/ Elevator. Walnut floors, Geo Thermal system, stunning Gourmet Kit, Butler’s Pantry, Din, Liv, Fam & Lib, MBS w/bath, 3 bedrooms w/ bath en-suite, Upper 2 – bedrm, BA, Playrm, Amazing LL fam rm w/ bar, refrig, ice maker, Bed & BA, 2 carGar. Also available w/ 18,000+ square ft lot (825) for $4.999.000”

inside

You can see more photos here.

This 7 bed/6 full/2half bath is going for $3,800,000.

  • I Dont Get It

    I may have squealed a bit when I saw the woodwork in the library! Stunning!

    • bv1837

      Agreed, but are those outlets in the middle of the floor of the library?

      • AJ

        For the lamps on your hand-carved mahogany desk that will float in the center of the room.

  • Anonymous

    God, I would so much rather have a Logan Circle rowhouse and $2 million in cash.

    • Caroline

      Yeah, I’m sure the top photo is supposed to make it look appealing (all this yard could be yours!) but I just find it bleak and depressing. I’d much rather be surrounded by smart brick rowhouses and treeboxes and people.

      • TX2DC

        +1. This one doesn’t appeal to me much – has a dreary and desolate feel.

      • Guantanamo Joe

        I think it looks awesome, I wouldn’t ever get bored of being able to walk around barefoot and sit under my own tree.

    • Anon

      Wait, so you’d even consider this house without the additional side lot? Plebes…

  • Janie4

    I really hate pre-finished hardwood floors.

  • blindbible

    Not too bad of a house, but is it weird that I have a distaste for any genuinely new construction in DC? I feel like because of DC and the history, that it is odd to have new construction when you can move a few miles to the left and that house will be half the price. I supposed not every house in DC can be a “historic” row-house built in the early 20th century or stand the test of time…

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