On the Market: Real Estate Developer Gary Nordheimer Renovates Historic Gem in Washington, D.C.

Extraordinary circa-1900 Victorian home in Georgetown neighborhood maintains turn-of-the-century details, features modern amenities

WASHINGTON, DC – Washington, DC-based real estate developer, investor and entrepreneur Gary Nordheimer has completed renovation of a historic home at 1601 35th Street, NW, in Washington’s celebrated Georgetown neighborhood. The four-bedroom, six-bath Victorian house features all new systems, gourmet kitchen, several fireplaces, temperature-controlled wine cellar, patio, garage and a separate three-bedroom, two-bath carriage house. Listed by John Taylor of Chatel Real Estate, the home is offered at $4,250,000.

A long-time Georgetown resident, himself, Nordheimer is committed to preserving the historic integrity of its most notable properties. "We’ve focused a lot of our efforts in recent years on refurbishing neglected properties," says Nordheimer. "Our goal is to maintain the character and features of the original structures while introducing quality modern amenities that will see the home into the next one hundred years.” A virtual tour of the home is available at http://www.homevisit.com/tour/mrisTour.asp?id=46740&ver= .

More About Gary Nordheimer

Gary Nordheimer is a real estate developer and investor with portfolio properties along the East Coast, and an entrepreneur focused on providing counsel and investment in early-stage companies in a variety of industries, including hospitality, biotech, energy and technology. Among his investment and redevelopment projects are the Georgetown Inn and Apolline Condominiums, in Washington, DC, several buildings in New York's Financial District and a historic multifamily property in Richmond.

Nordheimer is also president of Teleconferencing Services, LLC, an online resource for audio, video and Web conferencing services owned by sons Brad and Rod Nordheimer and partners.

For more information, visit www.garynordheimer.com.