One of the most unique Georgetown homes located on a quiet secret street on the Upper East side of the Neighborhood. Now on the market for the first time n over 35 years. A memorable treasure to visit the house and experience the garden and views. Sited on two lots with private terraces and gardens. The first city garden designed by Oehme, van Sweden. The home has stunning classical features, filled with light on all four sides of the home. Pairs of French doors lead to the garden from several rooms. Built in 1956 the home is the finest urban residential work of Gertrude Sawyer, one of America's top architects. Original owners, assigned to Europe with the Foreign Service sourced many elements abroad, shipped to Washington during construction. Magical dining room with salvaged 1810 federal mantle from a Philadelphia mansion. Mirrored wet bar off the dining room with Gaggenau oven. French doors from the dining room lead out to the terraces. Four wood burning fireplaces. One Car Garage
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