HOUSE OF THE DAY: Celebrate July 4th Near The White House In This $10.9 Million Dupont Circle Mansion

$10.9 million dupont, washington dc house

Photo: Courtesy of Sotheby’s Realty

A historic Washington, DC mansion built by noted architect Clark Waggaman in 1911 is on sale for $10.9 million. The home has eight bedrooms, nine full bathrooms, and two half-baths.

The 12,000-square-foot home spans four levels. The lower level has an apartment with a rear, private entrance.

The entrance to the home has a beautiful inscription on the staircase.

We hope your kids take piano lessons, so they can entertain your guests at the dining room table.

The home is asking $908 per square foot.

The house is on a .15 acre lot.

The home has period details from 1911, including plaster moldings and imported French lantern chandeliers.

The large windows help give the house a lot of natural light.

We love the wood in the kitchen.

The limestone fireplace at the head of the table makes the kitchen feel very cozy.

The distressed cabinets add a warm touch to the kitchen.

The wood ceiling really defines this room.

We love the built-in bookshelves.

The house is green friendly.

There's direct elevator access in the home.

The sitting room sparkles in white.

All of the flooring in the house is beautiful.

The master bedroom has a French limestone fireplace, too.

The ceilings are high enough to accommodate a canopy bed.

The bathroom has his and her sinks.

This room's decor doesn't really fit with the rest of the house.

There's a separate shower and tub in this bathroom.

This bedroom looks as if it belongs in a castle.

The stand alone tub is perfect for relaxing baths.

The home has multiple fireplaces, and none look the same.

This room is fit for a princess.

Imagine the Fourth of July blast you can have out here next year!

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