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GDoN “main house built in 1805, connecting to stunning carriage house” edition

by Prince Of Petworth July 6, 2016 at 12:15 pm 9 Comments

1309 35th Street Northwest

This house is located at 1309 35th Street, Northwest. The listing says:

“Rare opportunity in Georgetown… Large beautifully restored main house built in 1805 with a separate 2 story carriage house (1 BR + 2BA + office + kitchen and great room), off street parking for 2 cars in ideal location. Lots of windows, 3 FP’s, gorgeous kitchen and baths, sweet porch off MBR , walk ways connecting main house to stunning carriage house. Wonderful G-town cobble stone courtyard.”


You can see more photos here.

This 3 bed/4.5 bath is going for $3,150,000.

  • [rrrrr]

    I’m always annoyed by these super cool homes in Georgetown, because my head says “I hate Georgetown” but my heart says “I want a private cobblestone courtyard connecting my main house and my carriage house.”
    Very neat property.

    • stacksp

      Maybe you dont “hate” Georgetown

  • anon

    you lost me at spiral staircase

  • rockyartdc

    While i think this property with the courtyard and carriage house is really cool, I was quite disappointed by the shots of the interior of the main house. So stark and seemed to be lacking any character, which is a shame for a historical property from 1805. I found the interior to be really standard and underwhelming. The carriage house was so much more interesting than the main house.

    • LittleBluePenguin


    • Honest Abe

      +1. Very uninspired main house interior.

      So are they using the carriage house as a wine tasting room? Those window air conditioners are also a big turnoff.

  • anonymous

    I can’t wait for September when the city starts allowing accessory units. I am planning to build a carriage house/garage at the back of my property and create a similar courtyard.

  • Guillermo Brown

    Not a deal. At 2,000 sf, that’s about $1,600/sf, which is insane for DC, even for Georgetown. You can get a beautiful house in the neighborhood for half that price/sf

  • also anon

    3 million for 3 bedrooms? Is Georgetown seriously THIS expensive?!


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