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Best properties on the market

This week: Homes in Washington, D.C.

1. Located next to the vice president’s residence, this five-bedroom home is on the market for the first time in 50 years. The interior features a home theater, extensive chestnut paneling, and detailed plaster ceilings. A one-bedroom apartment is located above the garage. $7,200,000. Terri Robinson, Long & Foster/Christie’s International Real Estate, (202) 966-6223

2. Built-in shelves are the highlight of the library room in the 1930s Tudor home shown above. The nine-bedroom house, located in the Wesley Heights neighborhood, also has a theater room, a home gym, staff quarters, and a two-bedroom guesthouse connected by a breezeway. $8,995,000. Jonathan Taylor, TTR Sotheby’s International Realty, (202) 276-3344

3. This six-bedroom Federal-style home, located in Georgetown, was built in 1900. Features include an entry hall with silk-upholstered walls, a library with a marble fireplace, and a master suite with private deck. $5,495,000. Matthew McCormick and Ellen Morrell, Washington Fine Properties, LLC, (202) 728-9500

4. This four-bedroom Georgetown home has recently undergone a restoration that preserved details of its original 1816 architecture while adding modern amenities. The house has five fireplaces, a slate-and-brick terrace, and 8-foot-tall windows on its main floor. $3,495,000. Michael Rankin, TTR Sotheby’s International Realty, (202) 271-3344

5. This five-bedroom, four-bathroom home, built in 1928, was designed by Horace Peaslee, architect of Washington’s Meridian Hill Park. Details include a rear turret, a circular stairway, and a front door that was salvaged from the mansion of President Lincoln’s secretary, John Hay. The property features a Southern-style garden and a heated greenhouse. $3,895,000. Matthew McCormick and Patrick Chauvin, Washington Fine Properties LLC., (202) 728-9500

6. This four-bedroom brick home is located on Battery Kemble Park and features a pergola-covered patio with a water feature. The three-story interior is equipped with an elevator, and has a fitness center and a master suite with its own fireplace. $2,270,000. Tessa Morris, TTR Sotheby’s International Realty, (202) 236-9543

Steal of the week
7. Built in 1905, this two-bedroom, two-bathroom Federal-style home is located blocks from Lincoln Park. Interior details include oak flooring, maple cabinets, and recycled-glass bathroom tiles. $379,000. Tom Faison, RE/MAX Capital Allegiance, (202) 255-5554

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