The home in the Washington area is worth $3.9 million.

| AP Photo Beachfront home worth $4.5 million in dramatic sales is the latest example of a home in historic style and value in the D.C. area.

The home was sold in October for $3 million, according to the seller, who has since sold the home to an investment firm for $2 million.

The property, which has a pool and swimming pool, sits on the waterfront near the National Mall, according the listing.

It was built in the early 1900s, the listing states.

At a glance:The home is listed for $4,525,000.

It is worth about $2,200,000 in today’s dollars.

D.C.’s oldest and most famous home, built in 1909.

The home was built for the wealthy Robert A. DeKalb, Jr. and his wife, Mary DeKalbs, in the 1920s.

It has a five-bedroom, three-bathroom mansion and is owned by the DeKalbys.

For the past 50 years, it has been owned by a group of investors, including the Washington D.U. The DeKalbies have been among the most prominent Washingtonians of the last 40 years.

It is one of a handful of homes in the National Capital Region that have a pool, according a listing on Realtor.com.

“This home is an incredible piece of American history and one of the most beautiful homes in DC,” the listing said.

“It is the ideal place to stay while visiting family, vacation and celebrate the birth of your children.

We are excited to announce that the next owner will be a family friend and an avid swimmers enthusiast, who is committed to ensuring the safety of all his guests while in DC.”

A $2-million house in the District is worth more than $3,000,000 today, according an estimate by Real Estate Today.

An estimated $2 billion worth of homes are located in the city, according Forbes.

In recent years, the value of homes sold has gone up in the area.

In 2015, a condo at 2329 F Street NW sold for $7.5 and condos at 12th and F Streets NW sold at $7,400 each, according Realtors.com .

In 2018, a $7-million home at 2550 H Street NW was sold for about $4 million, and a $1-million condo at 2520 H Street was sold at more than half of its original price.

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