February 13, 2014
5 D.C. Homes That Could Star in ‘House of Cards’
“House of Cards,” the hit Washington-based Netflix drama, has created a lot of buzz with its realistic depiction of politics’ seamy side, but when it comes to its use of locations, the reality doesn’t always match the fiction.
However, if you desire to live the real Washington high life, we found plenty of options for wannabe pols, diplomats, and lobbyists.
On Q Street, there’s an enormous Georgetown row house that faintly resembles the brick exterior of the “House of Cards” home. For sale at $4.4 million, this sprawling home packs a whopping 10 bedrooms and 9 baths. Built in 1887, it’s perfect for hosting slumber parties with visiting dignitaries.
Kimberly and Daryl are proud to represent the seller of 1310 Q St NW