Washington, DC

  • Kitchen: Henry D. Cooke Georgetown House

    Although updated with modern amenities, this kitchen still feels right at home in the historic Georgetown house built by Washington, D.C.'s first governor, Henry D. Cooke. No doubt the butler's…   See the Image

  • Front Facade: Henry D. Cooke Georgetown House

    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…   See the Image

  • Dining Room: Henry D. Cooke Georgetown House

    Ample light and a soaring 13-foot ceiling make this dining room feel open and airy. Located in the historic Georgetown neighborhood, this Washington, D.C., house was built by Henry D. Cooke, D.C.'s…   See the Image

  • Bedroom: Henry D. Cooke Georgetown House

    Hardwood floors and a fireplace infuse this elegant bedroom with figurative and literal warmth. One of eight bedrooms in the historic Henry D. Cooke Georgetown house, this Washington, D.C., home has…   See the Image

  • Built in the 1920s, the Tudor-style residence was meticulously renovated and expanded in 2011 -- and the results are stunning.

    Take a detour off Pennsylvania Avenue over to this historic home in D.C.'s affluent Kalorama neighborhood.   See the Gallery

  • Exterior, Day: Clear Glass House in Washington, D.C.

    This dramatic glass-enclosed contemporary home has an open floor plan encompassing the kitchen, dining room and two living spaces on the main level, plus hardwood floors and floor-to-ceiling…   See the Gallery

  • Washington, D.C.: Patio

    Published 02/19/13 in Houses
    A stone porch is perfect for large-scale dinner parties or smaller family gatherings.

    The porch was originally designed for entertaining and is perfect for a large-scale dinner party or smaller family gatherings.   See the Image

  • Washington, D.C.: Living Room

    Published 02/19/13 in Houses
    Coffered ceilings, espresso-stained hardwood floors and a one-of-a-kind chandelier add character to this chic living room.

    The chic living room is enhanced by coffered ceilings, espresso-stained hardwood floors and a one-of-a-kind chandelier.   See the Image

  • This historic Tudor-style home in Washington, D.C. was built as a wedding gift by local philanthropist Christian Heurich for his daughter.

    Our nation's capitol isn't all politics. The Redskins, Nationals and Wizards have been keeping fans entertained for years, and with everything else going on around Capitol Hill these days, sports…   See the Image

  • Washington D.C. Terrace

    Published 02/19/13 in Houses
    Washington D.C. Terrace

    The private terrace is just as inviting as the interior, with pops of color, comfortable seating and plenty of space to host numerous cocktail parties.   See the Image

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