The Washington DC home where legendary chef Julia Child whipped up some of her most famous dishes that appeared in her classic book, Mastering the Art of French Cooking, has hit the market for $3.5 million.
The 3,150-square-foot butter yellow clapboard house, at 2706 Olive Street in Georgetown, was the beloved chef's home from 1948 to 1959. During that span, she also lived with her husband, Paul, in Paris, where she began her journey to culinary greatness. .
The three-bedroom and three-and-a-half bathroom Georgetown house has been restored and renovated by current owner Rory Veveers-Carter, who purchased the two-story home in 2015 for $935,000. .
The 3,150-square-foot Georgetown home of former chef and television star Julia Child has hit the market for $3.5 million.
The naturally-lit dining room features plenty of space for Child style dinner parties and events
A spacious patio is also available leading out from the dining room as well as above the lower level of the home
In addition to the famous kitchen, the home features exposed brick walls and wood beams with an open-floor concept on the first level that includes living room, office, foyer, working fireplace and powder room
A spacious outdoor patio extends from the kitchen and there is a lower level with an entrance available through a green stone staircase.
The master bedroom is located upstairs with an en suite bathroom also included
The marbled bathroom features the typical ammenities such as a bathtub and shower as well as separate water closet
The home in total features three bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms