The living room at 1619 13th Street NW.
Originally built in 1886, the five-bedroom, 4.5-bath home had been untouched and perfectly preserved for more than thirty years when the current owners bought it in 1999. In addition to a luxury face-lift that includes a chef-caliber kitchen (that served as the epicenter of numerous fundraisers), dozens of the home's charming, original details were lovingly restored. Tour the home online here.
The master bedroom at 1619 13th Street NW.
The home's restored details include above-door stained glass windows, hardwood floors, plaster moldings, wood banisters, five fireplaces with original mantels, and a formal dining room with prep pantry and a still-functioning dumbwaiter.
Updated features include a 30-inch DCS professional gas stove with range hood, two skylights, LG high capacity washer and dryer, White Zen Quartz countertops, Madeli sinks and floating vanities, and frameless glass showers. The home’s roof was recently replaced and the basement has been transformed into a one-bed/one-bath, in-law suite that is suitable for Airbnb and is currently renting for $2,200 a month. Tour the in-law suite online here.
The formal dining room at 1619 13th Street NW.
The home also includes lots of outdoor space. The top-floor master bedroom opens to a west-facing balcony and the kitchen opens onto a spacious wood deck and patio with landscaped gardens and a flagstone seating area.
The sitting room at 1619 13th Street NW.
1619 13th Street NW is located steps from 14th Street NW, dozens of the city’s top restaurants, Whole Foods and VIDA fitness. The home comes with a one-year lease for parking at nearby Logan Station.
John Guggenmos of McWilliams|Ballard is the listing agent for 1619 13th Street NW. For information, contact Jordan Aquino at 202-251-2239 or David Blaha at 202-716-9640; visit the property online here; or visit the property’s midday open house on Sunday, June 18th, from 1-4pm and twilight open house on Thursday, June 22nd, from 6-8pm.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/masterfully_renovated_restored_victorian_listed_in_logan_circ/12680
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