421 T Street NW Washington, DC 20001
Originally built in 1875 for Benjamin Butterworth, US patent commissioner and prominent Ohio politician, the Butterworth Mansion is the perfect example of James McGill's "tranquil home away from the hustle and bustle of DC, yet near enough to be convenient". The exterior is grand but the magic is definitely beyond the threshold. Be prepared to get lost roaming the cavernous interior of Butterworth Mansion, one of LeDroit Park's original grand homes. 421 T St NW is a rare opportunity and fantastic investment property boasting an adjoining lot for a total of 7,870 square feet and 3 separate units and 3+ off-street parking spaces. Unit 1 is 2BR/2BA and 1500 SF. Unit 2 is 2BR/2BA and 1850 SF. Unit 3 is 3BR/1.5BA and 3000 SF.
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