Design & Home

Friday Dream House: A Mark McInturff-Designed Townhouse

Contemporary digs in a historic setting.

Located just a few steps from the West End’s Washington Circle, this townhouse in the historic Schneider Triangle is one of 21 homes built around the turn of the century. But that doesn’t mean the place stays completely true to its historic roots—in 2005, the four-story interior was given a dramatic renovation by one of the area’s premier architects, Mark McInturff. The overhaul created a three-story atrium in the center, an open floor plan on the main level, a gourmet kitchen, and a double second-floor living room. The result: a stunningly modern design, carved out of classic DC bones.

The three-bedroom is listed at $1.875 million. Take a peek below, then go to TTR Sotheby’s for the full scoop.

 

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