This stately Beaux-Arts home is one of four sister properties designed by Nicholas T. Haller in 1899, a prominent architect of the Gilded Age. The house is nearly 4,000 square feet in size and enjoys a wonderful perspective on one of America's finest and most distinguished metropolitan avenues, Embassy Row, in the heart of Washington DC. The house is located just north of Sheridan Circle in Kalorama bordering Rock Creek Park surrounded by embassies, diplomatic residences, and consulates from around the globe. Many prominent figures have lived and continue to live in the area including American presidents, foreign dignitaries, well-known business executives, and notable artists. This townhouse has also prospered from its own renowned owners and residents. The property has benefitted from a series of thoughtful modernizations, each respectful of the quality and provenance of the structure. Most recently the property has been further enhanced with significant renovations. Internally arranged over four floors, the property works as a true family home comprised of four or five bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms on four spacious levels. Some of the home's most impressive features include original refinished hardwood floors throughout, five decorative fireplaces, and two balconies. The main level features a formal library/office and a spacious living room excellent for entertaining. A balcony off the living room overlooks a lush garden and patio. The next level up features an ensuite bedroom with balcony, large family room and gourmet kitchen complete with high-end finishes. The highest floor has three additional bedrooms and one large newly renovated bathroom. The lowest level boasts front and rear entrances, a game room, a sitting room, plenty of utility space, and large home gym (a possible fifth bedroom) with two sets of double French doors leading to a large, beautiful and professionally landscaped backyard bordering directly on a nationally protected park.
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