Georgetown is just the perfect neighborhood for those multi-million-dollar mansions. It's a historic place, full of beautiful row homes, charming details, and tree-lined streets. Who wouldn’t want to create a luxurious lifestyle here? 

This week’s mansion is a measly $18.5 million. The home is called the Brooke House and is located at 1607 28th Street NW, Washington, D.C., 20007. Built in 1887, the home was originally part of a larger complex called The Evermay Estate. 

The Brooke House was expanded and updated first in the 1950s, but since then, touches have been made to continue to preserve its history while also making it practical for the modern age. 

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If you’ve been looking for a gorgeous private garden, this may be the house for you. You can enter through the white French doors in the kitchen, out into spectacular greenery. The garden features perfectly manicured lawns, as well as a fountain. It’s exactly the kind of place you want to enjoy your first cup of coffee or entertain friends on the weekends. 

The kitchen is also a prominent feature in the home. Large enough to fit your entire family, it features a huge center island and top-of-the-line appliances. The whole house is just over 9,000 square feet, with seven bedrooms and eight and a half bathrooms. So, space will never be a concern, no matter how large your family is or how many people you choose to host. 

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The Brooke House is listed by Sotheby International Realty. Take a look at the official listing here.

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