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Summer Camp for Kids at Tudor Place Aug 5-9

July 22, 2019

With bright colors, cool haunts, broad lawns and amazing plants, the Tudor Place garden is a unique place to dig deep into nature. For children ages 4-6, Tudor Place is offering hands-on summer camp August 5-9, 2019 from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm.


Explore the outdoors at the 200-year-old Historic Landmark and:

- Get your hands dirty planting flowers to take home;

- Paint a colorful birdhouse;

- Create a wearable terrarium pendant or keychain;

- Solve an archaeological mystery;

and more.  Summer mornings are full of wonder at Tudor Place!


TUITION: Members, $150 | Non-Members, $175


Register here.

For more information, contact Laura Brandt at 202.965.0400 x108.

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Architectural Tour of Georgetown July 20

July 8, 2019

Take a walk on Saturday, July 20, 2019 starting at 10:00 am with DC Design Tours. This architectural tour of Georgetown meets at Baked & Wired, 1052 Thomas Jefferson street in Georgetown.


Established 50 years before Washington, D.C. itself, Georgetown originated as a gritty port city on the banks of the Potomac River. Despite its modest beginnings, Georgetown eventually came to play host to some of the most expensive and desirable property in the District. Home to palatial mansions, elegant cemeteries, stately churches, and a world-class university, join DC Design Tours to explore the highlights of D.C.'s most exclusive neighborhood, with a focus on architecture and urban planning.

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WFP Lists East Village Georgetown Home

May 14, 2019

Washington Fine Properties has listed 1652 29th Street NW, a charming Federal style, 1910-built brick home on one of Georgetown's premier streets in the East Village. This property is offered at $1,649,000.

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Steps from the fine-dining and shopping of M Street and Wisconsin Avenue, and a short drive to Downtown DC, Virginia, and the region’s airports. Additionally, it is just a short walk to the highly coveted and cherished Scheele’s Grocery and Stachowski’s Market – neighborhood institutions, and a stone’s throw to Rose Park, Montrose Park, Tudor Place, Dumbarton Oaks, the river, and the Capital Crescent Trail.

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Across the street from Dumbarton Oaks Park, this home is a perfect combination of historic beauty and modern luxury. Upon entering, you arrive in the foyer where the grand staircase is located and boasts detailed moldings. 

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To the right is the sun-drenched, open-concept living room, presenting sophistication with original hardwood floors, gorgeous millwork, built-in cabinetry, a wood-burning fireplace, and French doors that lead to the backyard that interplays perfectly with the interior space, expanding the living area into nature.

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Just off the living room at the rear of the house is the gourmet kitchen, fully equipped with stainless steel appliances, custom tile backsplash, wine glass rack hanging above the peninsula, custom cherry wood cabinetry, ample counter space, custom shelving, lovely crown molding, large pantry, and a sun room with a sliding glass door to the fenced in, stone patio backyard.

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Up the stairs on the second level, a full hall bath featuring a standing custom tile shower and a spacious vanity is situated just off the top step to the left. The master bedroom is straight ahead and boasts stunning millwork, large bay windows flooding the room with natural light, hardwood floors, and two large closets. 

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Down the hall you will pass by a linen closet on your left, and at the end of the hall is the spacious second bedroom, featuring an en-suite full bath with a custom tile soaking tub and crown molding with a custom tile ceiling. The lower level of the home features tile flooring, recessed lighting, built-in bookshelves, outside access, a spacious full bath, a laundry room with custom shelving, and two large closets, solving all storage needs.

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For a virtual tour, click here.

For more information, contact Nathan Guggenheim: office 202.333.5905, direct 202.386.7854 or nate.guggenheim@wfp.com 

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