Prominently located on the best block in Georgetown's East Village, 3210 R Street has been the residence of an extraordinary list of America's elites including a Supreme Court justice, yachtsmen, philanthropists, explorer, and writers with Vanderbilt, Gubelmann, Hale, and Fortas being some of the illustrious names. Built in 1941 by Caroline Townsend, this large brick detached house with a circular driveway and detached two car garage holds a magnificent position in the neighborhood.
Every square foot of this refined residence speaks to its grandeur and sophistication. From its 5 bedroom and 5.5 bathrooms, to its large and well-proportioned spaces, this large and one of a kind property unfolds through its generous living spaces and grand patio to its expansive swimming pool and south garden. Its spectacular light and views are a part of each of its four levels. The current owner has spared no expense to create a home overflowing with chic and thoughtful features. This East Village jewel is an ideal and important Georgetown house.