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Sold

3017, 3009, 3003 N STREET NW

3017, 3009, 3003 N St NW, Washington, DC 20007

$15,100,000
The auction worked! Contact LA for details. AUCTION BIDDING OPEN: Bidding ends 10/24. Previously Listed $19.5M. Current High Bid $9.25M. No Reserve. Showings Daily By Appt. Please Call Concierge Auctions at 646.760.8109 | visit casothebys.com for details or see Virtual Tour Section. This magnificent residential compound stretches across three historic homes, connected seamlessly, forming a unique 13-bedroom, 16,000-square-foot wonder. The estate is filled with stories by previous owners and notable figures, including First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Newton Baker, Yolande Fox, and Thomas Beall. The Newton Baker House, a grand Federal-style residence at 3017 N. St. NW, forms the beating heart of the estate. The rich historic elegance throughout has been meticulously retained during its transformation into a modern showplace with the highest-quality design, fixtures, and finishes. Gather in the grand reception hall by the fireplace with its original surrounds. Relax in the primary suite with gleaming parquet flooring underfoot, or admire the rear gardens from the private balcony. The spectacular Italianate entertaining room on the main floor of 3009 N. St. NW presents just as appealing a venue. At 3003 N. St. NW, oak herringbone flooring, a gourmet kitchen, and incredible moldings inspire awe from the first look. This estate includes three-car garage parking, a true rarity in this historic neighborhood. Pen the next page of this estate's storied history from one of Georgetown's most important residences.
13 beds
13 full baths
5 half baths
15,364 Sq.Ft.
1794 BUILT
0.33 Acres LOT

Interior

  • total bedrooms13
  • Total bathrooms18
  • full bathrooms13
  • half bathrooms5
  • Laundry room Main Level
  • Flooring Wood, Hardwood
  • Fireplace Gas
  • APPLIANCES Dishwasher, Disposal, Dryer, Refrigerator, Freezer, Ice Maker, Microwave, Gas Oven, Gas Range, Cooktop, Washer
  • other interior Features Elevator, Kitchen Island, Bar, Pantry, Walk-In Closet(s)

Area & Lot

  • Status Sold
  • Living Area15,364 Sq.Ft.
  • Lot Area0.33 Acres
  • MLS® IDDCDC2085476
  • TypeResidential
  • YEAR BUILT1794
  • NeighborhoodGeorgetown
  • Architecture StylesFederal
  • School DistrictDISTRICT OF COLUMBIA PUBLIC SCHOOLS

Exterior

  • STORIES4
  • Garage Space3.0
  • water SourcePublic
  • lot featuresCorner Lot
  • parkingAttached
  • HEAT TYPENatural Gas
  • AIR CONDITIONINGCentral Air
  • sewerPublic Sewer
  • security FeaturesSecurity System
  • other exterior FeaturesBalcony

Financial

  • Sales Price$15,100,000
  • Real Estate Tax $54,987/yr

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