A stately Georgian colonial home, fit for Georgetown but located in Woodley Park, just hit the market for $2,450,000. Formerly owned and maintained by the Mellon family, 3009 Cathedral Avenue NW (map) is an elegant yet understated, 5,000-square-foot beauty that has been meticulously updated and impeccably preserved.
The front entryway at 3009 Cathedral Avenue NW.
The interior of the five-bedroom, 4.5-bath home is punctuated by high ceilings, antique crystal chandeliers and plenty of space to entertain. Unique details include a library with a mantle and gas fireplace adjacent to the master bedroom; custom millwork, paneled wainscoting and dentil crown molding; a lower-level au pair suite with separate entrance; dual staircases and pocket doors; and a first-floor fireplace with marble surrounds. Highlights of a three-level addition include a family room with a breakfast nook and a lower-level recreation room, as well a marble master bathroom and skylights throughout.
The living room at 3009 Cathedral Avenue NW.
The windows, roof and all of the home’s appliances and systems, including the hot water heater, furnaces and central air system, have been recently replaced, while security and Sonance sound systems were recently installed.
A bedroom at 3009 Cathedral Avenue NW.
In addition to a flagstone front porch and patio, a custom designed privacy fence with an electric gate leads to the attached garage, paved driveway and a private backyard with multi-tiered gardens and patio.
The front patio at 3009 Cathedral Avenue NW.
3009 Cathedral Avenue is located across from the gardens at Maret School and close to the Washington National Cathedral. The home is within walking distance of both Woodley Park and Cleveland Park Metro stations and is close to dozens of restaurants and retail on Connecticut Avenue.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/an_elegant_woodley_park_estate_hits_the_market/12887.
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