Historic 1911 Washington, DC mansion built by noted architect Clark Waggaman. This 12,000 sq ft residence features unparalleled workmanship and detail. Twenty-first century systems merge seamlessly with exquisite historical features to create this one-of-a-kind Washington, DC offering. The first and second levels feature formal entertaining and living area with a grand entry foyer and gallery, a large great room, a library with four walls of bookcases, a formal living room and dining room and a chef's kitchen with designer cabinetry and appliances. The third and fourth levels offer spacious bedrooms or grand office suites all with full en-suite baths. The lower level includes an apartment with a separate rear garden entrance that is perfect for live in staff, au pair, or as home office space. Period details are found throughout and include original plaster moldings, imported 19th c. French lantern chandeliers, 18th c. iron fireback backsplash in the kitchen, 19 c. wide plank oak floors, 18th c. French terracotta tile and a 19th c. French limestone fireplace.