While it’s not unusual to see historic homes in Georgetown updated inside to meet modern requirements, it’s rare to find a newly constructed house in this Colonial-era neighborhood.

The house at 3324 Dent Pl. NW, a semidetached Georgian-style residence built by JC Development, includes interiors by Taylor Deering of Spaced Out and landscaping by Katia Goffin Gardens.

The interior design features wide-plank flooring in pale honey, high ceilings, oversized windows, a built-in speaker system, an alarm and intercom system and luxurious bathrooms with Waterworks cabinets, fixtures and hardware. Deering chose a color palette of midnight, mulberry and magnolia and unlacquered brass accents.

The master bathroom has marble tiles, an oversized shower and a sculptural free-standing tub. The kitchen includes upgraded stainless-steel appliances, honed marble counters, pendant lighting and Waterworks cabinets.

Priced at $3,595,000, the house has more than 4,400 finished square feet on four levels with five bedrooms and six bathrooms. The main level has an open floor plan with a central kitchen and numerous windows. There are two upper levels with bedrooms and the lower level includes a recreation room, a laundry room and another bedroom.

The landscaping includes front and side gardens as well as a back garden with a central lawn and seating area with Linden trees that will provide shade as they grow.

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For more information, contact associate brokers Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy of Washington Fine Properties at 202-361-3228 or 202-380-7219.

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