Capital City Real Estate Hosts Broker Preview Of Williams-Addison House, Offered At $18.5 Million
WASHINGTON, Dec. 7, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- On Tuesday, December 4 Capital City Real Estate, LLC (CCRE) hosted brokers for an exclusive preview of their premier residential offering, The Williams-Addison House. The event offered brokers a glimpse of the grand estate, which is currently undergoing a multi-million dollar restoration and renovation by CCRE.
The Williams-Addison House is a Second Empire mansion sited on one of Georgetown's largest privately owned lots. Originally constructed c1815-1817, the house consists of over 10,000 square feet of living space outfitted for grand scale entertaining and luxurious private living. Features include double parlors, an octagonal foyer, a formal dining room and side veranda, a library and a sunroom. The upper floors house six bedrooms including a master suite comprised of an entire wing, a private elevator, and a study. The lower level features space for gaming and exercising, as well as a media room, wine cellar and a professional catering kitchen. The asking price for The Williams-Addison House is $18.5 million.
Beautifully situated on over three quarters of an acre, plans for the Williams-Addison House include expertly manicured grounds expanding the home's ability to entertain and relax. There are also plans for a tennis court and/or outdoor pool onsite that have been approved by the Old Georgetown Board. A carriage house offers over 1,500 additional square feet of fully renovated space, as well as a one-car garage.
The Williams-Addison House is one of Georgetown's few remaining nineteenth–century large estates and is intact to its historic appearance. The home was individually designated as an historic landmark and placed on the DC Inventory of Historic Sites in 1964. It is included in the Large Houses and Mansions subsection of the Inventory's Georgetown (1751-1895) section. Further, it is also a contributing building in the Georgetown Historic District.
"The Williams-Addison House represents a truly unique opportunity for the discerning buyer," said Scott Zimmerman, President of CCRE. "This property combines unmatched historical significance with the finest luxuries and modern amenities, and it's no surprise to see such immediate enthusiasm from brokers."
The Williams-Addison House is located at 1645 31st Street NW, Washington, DC. To learn more, please visit www.Williams-AddisonHouse.com; to make an appointment or to inquire about customization, call (202) 618-4530. To learn more about CCRE, visit www.capcityre.com
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