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Sure, the dean of Georgetown development may have decamped for Logan Circle, saying that “the city’s moved east,” but when it comes to exorbitant real estate, Georgetown’s still the place to beat. Where else would a townhouse be listed for just shy of $6 million?

Granted, it’s a rather large townhouse, at 6,713 square feet and five bedrooms. And it does have its own swimming pool. But you still have to figure the Georgetown address accounts for at least two or three million of the house’s $5.85 million price tag.

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