Sen. Raphael Warnock purchases new D.C. home

The newly reelected senator bought a house in Washington’s Old City Capital Hill neighborhood

Georgia’s newly reelected U.S. Sen. Raphael Warnock recently purchased a home in Washington, D.C. for $1,149,000. The longtime pastor of Atlanta’s Ebenezer Baptist Church bought the house after winning the runoff election against Republican challenger and University of Georgia legend Herschel Walker in December.

The home was built in 1911, and features four bedrooms, three-and-a-half bathrooms and top-quality luxury interior offerings. At 1,782 square feet, the colonial-style home’s hefty price tag reflects the red-hot D.C. property market.

From the gourmet kitchen to the trendy interior design to the marble-accented wine display, the townhouse has a lot to offer.

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The entrance of Warnock’s Old City Capitol Hill neighborhood home features freshly planted grass, a remodeled porch and a white-brick building facade.

“Luxury living in the Maury elementary school district,” Redfin’s online listing of the townhouse said. “Feel welcomed with freshly planted grass and lovely porch. Brand new windows attract lots of sunlight throughout the home. Brand new gourmet kitchen with Quartz counters and brand new stainless steel appliances along with a wine refrigerator. Beautiful outside sitting area right of the dining room for enjoying private outdoor dining or relaxing. Lovely and spacious master bedroom with a private full bathroom. Lower level with private rear entrance, full bedroom, full bathroom, and a living area. Off-street parking for two vehicles. Grab this rare opportunity to experience a life of leisure and comfort.”

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The three-story townhouse listing features a wet bar, eat-in island, high-end stainless steel appliances, wine fridge, backyard (with a featured wood deck), two off-street parking spaces and much more.