Get Outta Town: This Logan Circle House Gets Our Vote
It’s always nice to dream about getting away. While it often seems the world is dreaming of getting away to the Hamptons, we sometimes (read Fall and Winter) like to dream about following our hearts (and clients and friends and… (ugg) tourists) back to the heart of the urban landscape. This Logan Circle townhouse in Washington, D.C. is a perfect election day fantasy…
Classic metropolitan architectural facade on a corner lot allows for plenty of breathing room, an uncommonly large plot for gardens, and a motorcourt alongside the house (we hear this is a big deal in D.C.).
Please note the custom cabinetry includes dog bowls for your pampered pooch (above). Broker Gregory Schneider of Compass shares:
A socialite’s dream in the heart of Logan Circle~built with entertaining in mind. This residence can be configured to meet your unique needs as one spectacular single family home or converted into as many as 3 separate residences~all in one versatile package. Once home to a famous poet and playwright and her weekly literary salons, this gem consists of a 3BR/2.5BA Main House, 2BR/2BA English basement & 1BR/1BA Carriage House for a total of 6 bed/5.5 bath/3 full kitchens and 4200 SF of living space. An expansive courtyard allows your parties to flow seamlessly between the main house, courtyard and Carriage House. An underground wine grotto and tasting room make this home one a kind! In addition, the expansive side lot and 3-car motor court~both rarities in this neighborhood~round out this special and unique residence.
With lots of adaptive ways to use the house, there is a ton of potential and the possibility that you can grow into your own home over time (or downsize in your own home over time, for that matter). Priced at $2,849,000 for essentially three dwelling spaces within one beautifully finished shell, it’s certainly got our attention at the exchange rate of the Hamptons dollar. Check out the full listing here.
Have another listing you think we’d love? Give us a shout! It’s the ‘off season’ here in East Hampton, and even though we are still recovering from the Haloween parades and town is bustling with talk of turkey, we always love to be “real estate tourists.”