JUST SOLD!

A Recent sale at the Flour Mill boutique condominium in Georgetown!  This remarkable 2BR/2BA condo is ONE of only THREE units in the building to sell for over ONE MILLION dollars.  If you, or someone you know, might be interested in working with an experienced real estate professional please contact me.  JUST SOLD 1015 33rd St.

Waterfront Condo in Georgetown!

 

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Spacious, bright and beautiful residence with sweeping river views from the Kennedy Center to Rosslyn. Open kitchen and living area. Wonderfully positioned between the Historic Canal and Georgetown Waterfront. Near shops, restaurants, and recreation. On-site storage room, management, and rental parking space. Floor plans available upon request.

 

 

Luke McKinley Buchanan
LICENSED REALTOR
c: 202.270.1881
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Long & Foster Real Estate and
Christie’s International Real Estate
 
1680 Wisconsin Avenue, N.W.
Washington, DC 20007
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DC street names and Civil War heroes – Sedgwick, Upton, Rodman

  • Sedgwick St. – John Sedgwick was a commander in the Army of the Potomac. He performed brilliantly under fire in the battles of Antietam and Gettysburg. He died from sniper fire at the Battle of Spotsylvania Courthouse in 1864. His last words were “they couldn’t hit an elephant at this distance.” Ulysses S. Grant said that he would rather lose 1,000 men than John Sedgwick. – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Sedgwick
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  • Upton St – is named after Emory Upton, a general in the Army of the Potomac that revolutionized how infantry could attack entrenched defenders. After the war he trained the PRussian Army on American infantry tactics prior to the Franco-Prussian War in 1871.
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  • Rodman St – is named after a commander in the Army of the Potomac that held off A.P. Hill’s counter attack at the Battle of Antietam