This is a most extraordinary home ($5,800,000). It is for a steward of history who will cherish all it has to offer. It is in perfect, meticulously maintained condition. Every last detail has been thought of. The home was built in 1750, 1820, and 1930, but seamlessly works together, to make a home that is both grand enough for elegant entertaining, and cozy enough for casual and comfortable living. It exudes a proud sense of history, while the exhaustive restoration and additions done in 2010 provide extremely well integrated modern conveniences like radiant heated floors, swivel flat screen TVs, an automated lighting and security system, an intercom system integrated with the phones, music and entertainment systems hidden from view, a heating and cooling system second to none, and multiple tankless water heaters, and a comfortable family room off the expanded kitchen with butler’s pantry. All of these features even carry over to the guesthouse on the property that is fully self contained, and could function as a caretaker’s home. The grounds are extremely large for an in town home in such a central location, in the most desirable South East Quadrant. Only a three block walk to all that King St. has to offer, and another 3 block walk to the Potomac River, and all the Waterfront has to offer. The home is being offered fully furnished (for $6,100,000) with all the period pieces that were selected over a 3-year period to fit with the historic requirements of such a place. A history of the home dating back to when George Washington himself first surveyed the land on which the home is built, was commissioned by Ruth Lincoln Kaye, the most lauded living historian of Alexandria. An inventory with the antiques, artwork, signed Steinway piano, and bronze of Thomas Jefferson can be made available.