Georgetown Classic, Estate of the Day
According to property records, this Mansard-roofed home in the Georgetown area of Washington, D.C. belongs to William A Haseltine, former Harvard Medical School profession and the founder of Human Genome Sciences, Inc. He also founded the Haseltine Foundation for Medical Sciences and the Arts, a foundation that supports access to high quality health for the poor and middle class of developing countries. His home is a real Georgetown charmer, combining elegance with a certain informal warmth. It was built in 1875 with later additions. The eight-bedroom home has large public rooms and a cozy wood-paneled library and an informal dining area occupies a sunny windowed spot. The home also includes a fitness room.The exterior includes a brick terrace and a small lap pool with a fountain. This home is listed at $13.25 million.
Gallery: A Georgetown Classic