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Friday Dream House: A Beautiful Renovated Victorian in the West End

This $1.995 million rowhouse has been restored with lots of glam details—and features a huge back patio.

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There are plenty of things we dig about this restored 1900 Victorian on L Street in the West End. Let’s start with the chic, dark herringbone hardwood floors and glamorous black-painted French windows in the bay-front dining area, paired with a sleek modern fireplace setup. Then, in back, there’s a contemporary white-on-white kitchen outfitted with marble counters, an on-trend stainless steel vent-hood, and a wine chiller. Guest bedrooms fill in the second floor, and the top-level master suite includes skylights and great built-in display shelving all along one wall, plus bleached wood floors for an airy effect. Outside, there’s a made-for-entertaining brick-enclosed patio said to have been featured on the DIY Channel. (And downstairs at the garden level, there’s a separate, legal rental unit.) The property is listed at $1.995 million. Get a glimpse below, then go to Washington Fine Properties for more details.

Find Michelle Thomas on Twitter at @michellethomas4

 

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