We can’t pinpoint just one thing we love most about this Cleveland Park home. Maybe it’s the playful cheetah-print wallpaper in the powder room. Or the kitchen’s juxtaposition of rustic, warm wooden beams with cool, glossy marble. Or perhaps the copper piping, or the gold hardware, or the statement pendant lamps. Regardless—this place is a stunner. The five-bedroom, four-and-a-half bath home near the National Cathedral, a 1925 build that recently went through a down-to-the-studs restoration, is spot-on with its airy light, thoughtful design choices, and measured balance of contemporary elegance with original detailing. It doesn’t hurt that the decor is catalogue-perfect, too. The four-level home is listed at $2.595 million. One can dream, right? Take a peek below, then go to Long & Foster for more.
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