Newly priced, this Greek Revival-style home in the heart of Washington's most coveted neighborhood truly stands out. Featured in Architectural Digest and Casa Vogue, the Georgetown residence was lovingly renovated by architect and owner Simon Jacobsen, melding twin 1863-era row houses into a singular stunning package. The property, with its three to four bedrooms, 3.5-baths and 3,234 square feet of modern living space, was the recipient of the 2010 AIA/DC Washingtonian Award. Features include a large open gallery, library, theater, five fireplaces, sublime bathrooms and a thirty-foot long catering-style kitchen with Vermont green slate floors and a white Corian counter running the length of the room. Towering custom windows, plus a balcony with spiral stairs, overlook a large fenced-in private backyard oasis with garden and fountain. A private parking pad fits two to four cars. Come experience the best of the best!