Located in Kalorama, this stately 1922 townhouse was recently renovated, adding contemporary spaces to this timeless home. Dramatic and architecturally rich details are featured throughout this over 4,000 square foot home. The understated exterior of this Federal townhouse is complimented by pristine gardens and a red-brick lined flagstone walk. A fitting reception hall with black and white marble floors and chandelier acknowledges the home's original 1920's architecture.Decks, patios and balconies seamlessly tie into interior rooms creating perfect spaces for entertaining and relaxing. An oversized skylight shines down the grand central staircase to bring light to all four levels. Both the large master bedroom and the equally big guest suite feature walk-in closets and oversized baths with dual vanities. This home offers numerous and well maintained gardens, a study, wine cellar and a two-car garage.
Compared to other major East Coast metropolises in the United States where skyscrapers and monoliths dwarf pedestrian life, Washington D.C. feels like a city built on a human scale. An ordinance first passed in 1899 capped the maximum height of new residential and commercial buildings, which today stands at roughly 12 stories. Read more about luxury homes in Washington