Featured Property: Hidden Treasure in Capitol Hill

Built in 1850 and once owned by Frederick Douglass, the carriage house now makes a stunning contrast to the nearby Victorian-era (and older) homes.

House of the Week: A Very Irish House on 36th St.

During the early 1800s, west Georgetown attracted many Irish immigrants proficient in the building trades — carpenters, stone cutters and bricklayers. They came to...

Out of Many, One

A GEORGETOWN ROW HOUSE WITH A STORIED PAST COMES INTO ITS OWN. The serene Federalist at 1431 33rd St NW is a jewel box of...

Want to Buy a Frat House? Just $3.9 Million

It’s not very often that one gets a chance to buy a genuine, big piece of Georgetown history — and a fraternity house, no...

Gotham on the Potomac

With its artful arrangement of brickwork, windows, balconies, terraces and setbacks, Robert A.M. Stern's 1331 Maryland Ave. SW brings New York sophistication to historical Washington.

Private Exclusive: Historic Home in Georgetown

This three-bedroom, three-bath home at 1423 36th St. NW has a double-sized, landscaped yard.

To the Manor Reborn: A Fairy-Tale Chateau Awaits Its Next Happily-Ever-After

Home to the great and the good — or, at least, the bold-faced — Massachusetts Avenue Heights is a secluded enclave known for its...

Endless Possibilities

AFTER AN EXTENSIVE RENOVATION, THIS EAST VILLAGE TOWNHOUSE IS READY FOR IT BEST AND MOST BEAUTIFUL LIFE. Jeff Akseizer’s philosophy is simple. “I design homes...

Plank House Yours for Under $30 Million

Purchased in 2013 for $7.8 million, the house at 1405 O St. NW, known as "Sagamore South," is on the market at $29.5 million, the highest asking price right now for a D.C. residence.