Tour a stately mansion in the city's Georgetown neighborhood.
An elegant front facade welcomes you to the historic Georgetown home built by Henry D. Cooke, the first governor of Washington, D.C. Inside the tony residence, amenities include a library, wine cellar, butler's pantry and even a rooftop cupola offering views of the Kennedy Center and Rosslyn skyline.
By FrontDoor.com Featured In: Cool Houses Daily
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