In the heart of Washington's most coveted neighborhood, this Greek Revival-style home 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!