Washington Fine Properties Represents Buyer and Seller in Sale of Georgetown Federal for $4,350,000
Posted by Lauren Hakim — July 25, 2013
WASHINGTON, DC – Washington Fine Properties (WFP) is pleased to announce the sale of 1675 31st Street, which closed for $4.35 million.
Perfectly situated in Georgetown’s sought after East Village neighborhood of Washington, D.C., the magnificent detached Federal provides all the conveniences of urban living. The property boasts a two-car garage and a large multi-tiered flagstone patio in the rear with a beautiful garden and yard.
The spectacular home has been meticulously renovated with exquisite details throughout including voluminous ceilings, custom crown molding, hardwood floors and a gourmet kitchen. Elegant flowing spaces and an expansive floor plan create a perfect atmosphere for formal and informal entertaining. The lower level includes a spectacular Old World European Wine Cellar complete with wrought iron gates, stucco walls and cobblestone floors.
Washington Fine Properties represented both sides of the transaction. Nancy Taylor Bubes and Jamie Peva represented the sellers, while Richard Newton and Karen Nicholson represented the purchasers.
About Washington Fine Properties
Washington Fine Properties (WFP) is recognized worldwide as one of the most successful carriage–trade real estate firms in the United States. More than one hundred of the most powerful agents in the Nation’s Capital Region combine the highest level of expertise and professionalism to provide unequalled brokerage services to both buyers and sellers. For four years in a row, Washington Fine Properties has been ranked #1 in the nation for “Highest Closed Sales Volume per Agent” and “Highest Average Sales Price per Sale” by REAL Trends. WFP also ranked #1 in sales over $1,000,000 in Washington, DC in 2012. Visit WFP online at www.wfp.com.