About 1933 19th St NW, Washington, District Of Columbia
COMPELLING PRICE ADJUSTMENT - Recently highlighted as Washington Post Home of the Week, 1933 19th was designed by famed early 20th century architect Waddy Wood who created many historical homes and buildings in central Washington. This, three story, 5 bedroom, 3.5 bath federal style spans over 3,500 sq. ft. above grade. with an additional 1,100 sq. ft. basement/garage space on a large landscaped corner lot with great walkability to Kalorama, Dupont Circle, and surrounding areas. The main level welcomes you into two large living rooms, one of which connects you into the formal dining room. All three rooms are centered around handsome gas fireplaces. The kitchen has been fully renovated, comprised of modern appliances, ample cabinet space, and breakfast bar. Both the dining room and kitchen have access to the secure and secluded, large landscaped rear garden patio with water feature. Hardwood flooring runs throughout the main level. Powder room and basement/garage access. On the second level, the spacious primary suite is highlighted by dual walk-in closets, a marble-filled bathroom, and wood burning fireplace. The bathroom features a dual shower, soaking tub, dual vanity, and powder room with direct access to both the bedroom and closet space. Two additional bedrooms are on the second level and are connected by a full bathroom. One of the bedrooms can also serve as a tranquil home office space with wooden built-ins and direct window views to the rear garden patio. Hardwood flooring throughout each bedroom. Third floor is comprised of two additional bedrooms, full bath, laundry room, and direct access to the elevated terrace. One of the bedrooms can also serve as a media/family room. Basement has ample storage space along with TWO inside tandem parking spots AND a driveway for another off street parking spot. Perfect for creating your personal wine cellar.