1688 31st St NW, known as The Taft Mansion, is a legendary Georgetown home ideally sited between Tudor Place and Dumbarton Oaks on one of the most sought-after streets in Washington, DC. Since 1870, the Taft Mansion has been the scene of countless elegant parties, sophisticated dinners and stylish fundraisers where Presidents, Political Leaders, Cabinet Members, Supreme Court Justices and Ambassadors rubbed elbows with business tycoons, socialites and celebrities. The striking exterior opens into grand well-proportioned rooms with a mix of indoor and outdoor living spaces. The beautiful English gardens are an oasis of calm serenity. With sales and marketing by Washington Fine Properties, The Taft Mansion is being re-imagined and artfully designed by Architect Christian Zapatka and finely crafted by Master Buillder John McAlpine. Upon completion, The Taft Mansion will once again be lauded as one of the finest homes in Washington.