200 Years & Counting
2715 N Street NW was constructed as a standalone two-story residence in the early 1800s, distinguished by its lush gardens on all four sides. A presidentially decorated astronomer named Asaph Hall purchased the property in 1868. Hall, who was best known for his discovery of the moons of Mars, lived here with his wife Angeline and their four children for nearly forty years. During their residency, the Halls added a third story to their home and extensively modified its architecture to embody the Italianate style – many elements of which remain today.
The meticulous restoration of this Georgetown landmark seamlessly marries and preserves their vibrant legacies for generations to come.
Listed by Shahab Nasrin, TTR | Sotheby’s International Realty