Capital City Real Estate's Williams-Addison House Sold for Record $16.1 Million

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The sale of this historic Georgetown residence is the highest priced home sale in the last four years in the Washington, DC region.

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After a multi-million dollar restoration and renovation by Capital City Real Estate, The Williams-Addison House has sold for a record $16.1 million - the highest priced home sale since 2010 in Washington, DC. Listed by Victor Valentine of Stages Select, the luxury division of Stages Premier of Washington, DC, The Williams-Addison House also sold in a record time - within two months.

Offering approximately 12,000 square feet of space in the main and carriage houses with 9 bedrooms and 13 bathrooms, the grand four-level mansion originally constructed c1815-1817 has been meticulously restored and renovated to reflect luxurious modern amenities, while preserving its historic charm and character. The property, situated on a three-quarter-acre homesite, is one of Georgetown's largest privately owned estates and is designated as a historic landmark, as well as listed on the DC Inventory of Historic Sites.

"When we acquired The Williams-Addison House, we knew it was a one-of-a-kind property and we were truly excited about the opportunity to renovate and restore this historic estate,” says Scott Zimmerman, principal of Capital City Real Estate in Washington, DC. “The Williams-Addison House reflects Capital City Real Estate’s focus of developing exceptional properties for the most discerning home buyer.”

Capital City Real Estate is currently developing residential projects throughout the District, including luxury condominium buildings in Georgetown, Columbia Heights and Adams Morgan that will go on the market this summer.

For more information, visit Capital City Real Estate’s website,, or contact Sherry Moeller, MoKi Media, at sherry.moeller(at)mokimedia(dot)com or 301.807.0910. Photos and renderings of Capital City Real Estate’s properties, including The Williams-Addison House, are available upon request.

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