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Exterior at Night: Tudor Estate in Washington, D.C.
Pool at Night: Tudor Estate in Washington, D.C.
Pool: Tudor Estate in Washington, D.C.
Garden: Tudor Estate in Washington, D.C.
Bedroom: Tudor Estate in Washington, D.C.
Library: Tudor Estate in Washington, D.C.
Kitchen: Tudor Estate in Washington, D.C.
Living Room: Tudor Estate in Washington, D.C.
  • Home Exterior: Tudor Estate in Washington, D.C.

    Shakespeare would feel right at home in this glorious Tudor-style mansion.   See the Gallery

  • Home Exterior: Tudor Estate in Washington, D.C.

    From the gabled windows down to the brick and stone driveway, this storybook home exudes peaceful elegance despite its bustling city setting.   See the Image

  • 9. Top Sellers Market: Washington, DC

    This stately home in Alexandria, Va., will probably have sold for its asking price of $909,900 by the time your read this, since the average home in this area spends only three days on the market.…   See the Image

  • Restaurants in Former Homes, 1789 Restaurant

    This Washington, D.C. eatery is located in a Federal-style house in residential Georgetown, and is filled with American antiques, period equestrian and historical prints and Limoges china.    See the Image

  • Restaurants in Former Homes, 1789 Restaurant Front Door

    When these structures were built there was an expectation of family meals, and now they churn out hundreds by the week. Blink and you might miss this Georgetown establishment.    See the Image

  • Restaurants in Former Homes, 1789 Restaurant, Dining Room

    When dining at the 1789 you might not feel like you're in the heart of Georgetown but perhaps stepping back in time.    See the Image

  • Restaurants in Former Homes, 1789, Dining Room 2

    This establishment was originally purchased by Archbishop John Carroll, Georgetown University's founder in 1789, the same year that the Constitution was adopted and Mayor Robert Peter incorporated…   See the Image

  • Cyrus: Washington, D.C., Homes for the Characters of 'Scandal'

    The characters of Scandal are such workaholics, it's hard to imagine them spending much time at home. Nevertheless, we scoped out the Washington, D.C., real estate market in search of homes for…   Read the Blog

  • Olivia Pope: Washington, D.C., Homes for the Characters of 'Scandal'

    Where would Olivia, Fitz and the Gladiator team live in real-life Washington? Here are some possibilities.   See the Gallery

  • Quinn: Washington, D.C., Homes for the Characters of 'Scandal'

    This two-bedroom loft space in Adams Morgan is a good match for Quinn, who's sweet on the outside but raw on the inside. At first glance, the 1,350-square-foot condo appears sunny and conventional.…   See the Image

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