Washington Fine Properties lists Halcyon House in Georgetown for $15,000,000
Posted by Channing Gibb — November 8, 2010
Washington Fine Properties is exceptionally pleased to present our new listing: Halcyon House in Georgetown, Washington DC, offered at $15,000,000.
Over 30,000 square feet in this historically designated mansion overlooking the Potomac River. Original Federal with south elevation built in 1787 by James Stoddert. Sited on a dominant half-acre hill. Once owned and expanded by Mark Twain's nephew. Masterful restoration in pristine condition.
Stoddert was in George Washington's Cabinet as Secretary of War. That agency eventually became Department of the Pentagon and the Department of State. The yard used to be full of boxwood, a gift from Mt Vernon.
For more information on this property please contact the listing agent, Mark McFadden at 703-216-1333.
As the finest brokerage firm in the Capitol Region, Washington Fine Properties is recognized for providing the highest level of ethics and professionalism, commitment to client services, and powerful marketing resources necessary to excel in the current real estate environment. For more about Washington Fine Properties, please visit www.wfp.com.