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Rowhouse Featured On D.C. Commemorative Postage Deserves A Stamp Of Approval (PHOTOS)

10/01/2013 12:22pm ET | Updated December 6, 2017

Who gets to send housewarming party invites using postage that features the house that's being warmed?

The owner of this place, that's who. A traditional rowhouse in D.C.'s historic Shaw neighborhood, at 928 T St. NW, this place was featured on the 2003 Washington, D.C., commemorative stamp (which is shaped like a diamond, to reflect the District's original shape before parts of the capital city were retroceded to Virginia).

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And now the house can be yours! The price is a little more than it costs to mail a letter, of course -- about 3,000,000 times more, in fact; it's listed for $1,450,000.

The five-bedroom, five-bath home comes with more perks than just Postal Service fame -- it's also got two parking spots and a rental unit. Here's the Realtor.com listing. Tell us in the comments if this place gets your...stamp of approval.

928 T St. NW, Washington, D.C., $1,450,000

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