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A multi-million dollar Georgetown condo is now off the market. The property, formerly owned by Ted Leonsis, owner of the Washington Capitals and Wizards, reportedly went under contract and sold.  Leonsis had the 2,500 square foot condo on the market for $3.2 million. According to records, he purchased the unit in 2009 for $2.59 million. Along with a multi-million dollar price tag, the property also mandates monthly homeowner’s association dues topping $2,000.

Located within Wormley Row, the property is the conversion project of an old schoolhouse, made into upscale condos and townhomes about a decade ago. The building, itself though, dates back to the late 1800s.

Once known as Wormley School, the property stood vacant for decades before a

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Although there is one Georgetown which is widely considered by its residents to be a village, some Washingtonians talk about a further designation in Georgetown: an East Village to the east of dividing line Wisconsin Avenue, NW, and the West Village, to the west of Wisconsin Avenue, NW.  One of DC’s most historical and affluent neighborhoods, two halves of Georgetown is a lore perpetuated by what some residents believe is that the rich folks with grander houses live on the east side and the “poorer” people live on the west side, or West Village.  They good-naturedly bicker about claims of prettiest side of Georgetown or the “best” side.  While this is just a case of folklore, most differences today result more from crowds and traffic as bigger issues.

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Georgetown is a beautiful place to live or visit in DC.  In addition to fine restaurants, shopping and upscale condos and other types of residential homes, Georgetown is a go-to destination for green open space.  Whether you want to grab a coffee and catch up with neighbors at a local park or pursue a recreational activity, Georgetown has a slew of parks all within walking distance of each other.

Chesapeake & Ohio National Historical Park
Let’s take a look at the Chesapeake & Ohio National Historical Park, which remains unbroken for its entire length of 185 miles.  The C & O Company was chartered in 1825 with a mission to build a shipping canal connecting tidewater on the Potomac River in DC with the headwaters of the Ohio River in western Pennsylvania to

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DC Condo Boutique team member Donna Mank represented the buyer of a condo at 3426 N Street NW #3A, Washington, DC 20007 in DC's Georgetown neighborhood.  This residence which features 2 BR / 1 BA / 808 SF / sold on September 17, 2013 for $675,000 / $835 SF.

This newly renovated condo is located in the West Village, just half a block west of Wisconsin Avenue and is finished with expresso solid wood floors, marble baths and kitchen counters, Bosch Appliances and two wood-burning fireplaces.  3426 N Street was previously owned by prominent DC banker, innovator and community leader Leo M. Bernstein.

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While Georgetown's West Village is best know for historic row houses on beautiful tree-lined streets, the Georgetown Madelon condo development offers a different lifestyle choice for this beloved neighborhood. This 30 unit development, located above two of Georgetown's most esteemed restaurants….. Cafe Milano and Peacock, was delivered in 2007.

The Georgetown Madelon offers eight unique floor plans ranging in size from 720 SF 1 BR / 1 BA units to  2,615 SF / two-level penthouse / 3 BR / 2.5 BA units.  Ceiling heights of 9' 3" and floor-to-ceiling windows deliver a bright modern experience that is difficult to find in historic neighborhoods like West Village.

Building amenities include a rooftop pool and terrace with stunning 360-degree city views.  The

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Located between Georgetown University and the Georgetown Visitation Preparatory School, the Cloisters is a slice of serenity in this busy section of Georgetown.  The community bounded by Reservoir Road, 35th Street, Winfield Place and 37th Street, features mature landscaping including a green canopy formed by crape myrtle and cherry trees.

With 138 three-story and four story brick townhomes, the Cloisters offers an intimate residential experience where residents actually know their neighbors. Townhomes at the Cloisters range in size from 2 BR /  3.5 BA to 5 BR / 4.5 BA.  Some floor plans feature both garage and outdoor parking as well as a private outdoor patio.

Currently, three homes are listed for sale at the Cloisters including a 3 BR / 3.5 BA / 2,500

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