This historically significant (circa 1910) Italian Renaissance townhouse was built by renowned architect, Waddy Wood, as his personal residence. Waddy Wood's most famous works include the Woodrow Wilson House and the Main Interior Building (Steward Lee Udall Dept. of the Interior) in Washington, DC. Upon entrance through the vestibule and the wide foyer to the parlor, there is a magnificent central staircase leading you to the grand scale living and dining rooms! Beautiful double arch Iron doors connect the dining room to the gorgeous Artitalia Kitchen (totally renovated in 2020) featuring high-end appliances, and cabinets including a hidden TV & Wine cabinet! Another arched Iron door opens from the kitchen to the pergola covered rear deck. For even more outdoor entertainment, a piece of paradise awaits on the roof deck. Created in 2020, this split-level roof deck features beautiful wrought iron railings, wood floors, water feature, Japanese maple trees, plants, and an abundance of flowers. You have to see it to believe it! This is probably one of the best roof decks in DC! The master bedroom has a marble fireplace and a completely renovated master closet and bath. Two other huge bedrooms and a full bath also live on this floor. And if you still need more room, at the end of the foyer on the main level, there is another bedroom with a living room, kitchen , dining room and 2 full baths! Last but not least, there is a modern glass elevator that services all 4 interior floors! There are just too many upgrades and details to mention. One MUST see this house to appreciate its elegance, architectural details and the modern touches!
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