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Listing We Love: A 7-Bedroom Wardman Rowhouse in Woodley Park
This light-filled 1916 home offers up more than 4,000 square feet of living space. By Michelle Thomas
Comments () | Published July 29, 2014

One of the first homes built on Woodley Park’s 29th Street, Northwest—and positioned across from the Swiss Embassy—this 1916 Wardman-style rowhouse takes full advantage of its location, offering views of the National Cathedral from the upstairs master bedroom. Other highlights? A renovation added some updates but retained many of the original features, such as an angled brick fireplace in the living room, pocket doors, hardwood floors, exposed brick, and tons of windows that flood the residence with natural light. It’s a large place, with 4,055 square feet of living space that incudes five bedrooms in the main home, plus a spacious two-bedroom in-law/au pair apartment in the English basement. And out back, there’s multilevel patio, brick terrace, and small deck.

2853 29th Street, Northwest, is listed at $1.685 million. Check it out below, then go to Beasley Real Estate for more details and here for the complete tour.

Find Michelle Thomas on Twitter at @michellethomas4.


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