Own a piece of history! Grand Dame on Capitol Hill's most prestigious street. The Doolittle-Tullock House is a stunning Richardsonian Victorian designed by architect Robert Stead (1887) with stained glass windows, 11 ft ceilings ,a second story corbeled bay, and a third story balcony with a view of the Capitol! It also features a fourth floor garret/artist studio, as it was once owned by the family of Lincoln Memorial sculptor Daniel Chester French. This magnificent house features 9 fireplaces, 5 bedrooms, 4 1/2 baths, dining room, library and 2 parlors. This rarely available historic stunner on East Capitol Street is featured in The Majesty of Capitol Hill (2005, pp104-109) boasting 5250 SF plus 1300SF basement (with 8 ft ceilings) and parking for 3 cars!
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