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Do you remember the 1986 classic film adaptation of Nora Ephron's "Heartburn?" While in the movie Rachel and Mark purchase a home in Georgetown (which they renovate shortly after having their first child and ultimately the renovations place an insurmountable strain on their marriage), the real-life house is located at 327 A Street SE in Capitol Hill, and sold less than a week after being put on the market for more than the asking price. (Image: Courtesy Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage)

Peek inside the 1870s rowhouse that was the site of the film "Heartburn"

Do you remember the 1986 classic film adaptation of Nora Ephron's "Heartburn?" Oh vey this film tugged at my heartstrings! While in the movie Rachel (Meryl Streep) and Mark (Jack Nicholson) purchase a home in Georgetown (which they renovate shortly after having their first child and ultimately the renovations place an insurmountable strain on their marriage), the real-life house is located at 327 A Street SE in Capitol Hill. It was recently put on the market for the first time in more than 40 years and sold this week.

Four reasons this house is super cool:

  1. The house is older than the Library of Congress
  2. It's the "home" of one of my favorite movie couples of all time!
  3. The property went under contract less than a week after hitting the market
  4. And it sold for more than the asking price!

“It’s incredible to consider the history behind this home,” said realtor Ryall Smith. “It’s been meticulously maintained through the decades but also offers modern-day updates. Buyers in the area clearly saw the value in the property and we had three offers on the home in less than one week.”

HOUSE SPECS:

  • Neighborhood: Capitol Hill
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 4 (two full and two partial)
  • Size: 2,200 square feet
  • Extra Goodies: Tall ceilings and hardwood floors throughout; spacious kitchen with stainless steel appliances; granite counters and oversized sliding doors leading to patio/garden space with privacy fence and gorgeous landscaping; storage basement

The house sold for $1.325 million (up from the $1.299 million listing price) by Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage's Grant, Ryall & Andrew Group. In case you were one of the few folks who didn't hop into the photo gallery straight away, scroll back to the top and take a tour through this historic home!

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