Design & Home

Listing We Love: A Modern-Rustic Rowhouse in LeDroit Park

Exposed brick, chalkboard paint, and a wood-plank wall for under $799,900.

Cookie-cutter fatigue can set in quickly with Washington’s high inventory of rowhouse flips—but a handful of thoughtful design choices allow this LeDroit Park renovation to stand out from the look-alike pack. On the first floor, a wall of whitewashed exposed brick adds texture to the living area, and the petite kitchen includes a playful chalkboard-paint wall, light quartz waterfall counters, and a glam metallic subway tile backsplash. Upstairs, a reclaimed-wood plank wall lends the master bedroom a cool rustic vibe, lightened up with a wall of picture windows. Measuring just under 2,000 square feet, the home features two additional bedrooms upstairs and a finished garden-level apartment with a wet bar and its own separate entrance.

It’s listed at $799,900. Take a look below, then go to Redfin for the tour and or contact listing broker RE/MAX Specialists for details.

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