These three listings on the Washington D.C. market were designed by famous architects.
Washington D.C. is the kind of place that has a little something for everyone. Not only does it have super charming architecture in neighborhoods like Georgetown, but it also has a strong metropolitan area, and lots of beautiful tree-lined streets. From the myriads of rooftop terraces to the stoops where people gather to drink beer on Sundays, D.C. is a great place to live, so its no wonder that there are plenty of homes designed by well-known architects.
2230 Massachusetts Ave NW– 5 bed, 6 bath, 7,964 sq ft- $7,900,000
Located on Embassy Row, this property was built in 1907 by George Totten, Jr. Many of his other mansions throughout D.C. serve as embassies, chanceries, and offices.
2449 Tracy Pl NW-6 bed, 6.5 bath, 4,901 sq ft- $5,900,000
Known as the Waddy Wood mansion, this home was renovated in 2014 by architect Christian Zapatka, who apprenticed under Michael Graves and is a member of the American Institute of Architects.
2030 Hillyer Pl NW– 7 bed, 7.5 bath, 6,5560 sq ft- $5,500,000
This home was constructed by Joseph Coerten Hornblower in 1897 whose firm is also responsible for the Museum of National History.[ via ] [ via ]