A beautifully renovated home has come on the market in one of upper Northwest DC’s most walkable neighborhoods.
3717 Fulton Street NW, bordering Cathedral Heights and Glover Park, is a stunning four-bedroom and three-and-a-half bathroom renovation from Dogwood Restoration. The residence is full of originality, with features ranging from a Spanish tile roof to chevron wood flooring and a flute-patterned brick fireplace to original French doors and vaulted ceilings.
Dogwood Restoration merges practicality with beautiful design to create homes that are not only stylish and elegant, but functional for contemporary lifestyles. For this property, the team achieved a luxurious, modern redesign that eliminated obstacles to light and function, and created inspired interiors with elegant fixtures and finishes. Far from stiff and formal, the home offers a high level of sophisticated style but manages to feel friendly, inviting and comfortable.
3717 Fulton Street NW features a light-infused main level with an open concept living area, a dining space and a gorgeously finished kitchen. Perfect for entertaining, the space also includes a wood-burning fireplace, a powder room and two sets of original French doors leading to a charming front terrace. At the rear of the home is a second outdoor space: a restored brick patio.
Upstairs is an expansive, light filled owner’s bedroom with soaring ceilings, ample storage space and a luxurious en-suite bathroom featuring custom tile work, natural wood double-sink vanity and stunning fixtures. There are two additional bedrooms on the second level, as well as a hall bathroom and laundry closet. The fully finished basement has a fourth bedroom as well as a full bathroom, a kitchenette with a wet bar and beverage refrigerator, and a spacious family room.
The home also has new HVAC, electrical and plumbing systems and boasts a separately deeded alley garage.
Fulton Street offers easy access to Wisconsin Avenue, Observatory Circle, Wesley Heights and Cleveland Park. The home at 3717 Fulton Street NW is also within walking distance of numerous neighborhood amenities: Whole Foods, Trader Joe’s, Safeway, the Glover-Archibold Park extension of Rock Creek Park, Cathedral Commons shops and restaurants, Park Metro station, and the many shops and restaurants along the Wisconsin Avenue retail corridor.
3717 Fulton Street NW is priced at $1,995,000. For more information or to tour the home, visit the property’s Compass website here. Prospective buyers can also contact listing agent Beth Hughes at email@example.com or 202-277-7553.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/an_original_fully_renovated_cathedral_heights_gem_just_hit_the_market/21325.
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