Entryway: Henry D. Cooke Georgetown House

It's only fitting that a grand staircase is the focal point in the entryway of this historic Georgetown home. Built by Henry D. Cooke, Washington, D.C.'s first governor, the 5,487-square-foot, eight-bedroom house counts a rooftop cupola, a wine cellar, a butler's pantry, a garden pool and staff quarters among its amenities.

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