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This Week’s Find: Architect Renovated in LeDroit Park

by Shilpi Paul

This Week's Find: Architect Renovated in LeDroit Park: Figure 1
1934 2nd Street NW

This Week’s Find is a LeDroit Park rowhouse with a look and feel that indicates an architect’s touch.

The designer’s influence is revealed in a variety of details in the renovated three-bedroom home. There are tray ceilings, translucent panels in various rooms, accent lighting in the backyard and recessed lighting in the house, and exposed brick that somehow looks polished. The deep backyard has been landscaped with perennials and a large tree, as well as extensive patio space that leads to a one-car garage.

This Week's Find: Architect Renovated in LeDroit Park: Figure 2
Living Room

Along with three bedrooms in the main house, a separate unit downstairs with one bedroom, kitchen and living area will help offset the mortgage. And extensive soundproofing means that the owners and tenants will be well insulated from each other. More photos and details below.

This Week's Find: Architect Renovated in LeDroit Park: Figure 3
Master bedroom

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Dining Area

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Backyard

  • Full Listing: 1934 2nd Street NW (map)
  • Price: $725,000
  • Bedrooms: Four
  • Bathrooms: 3.5
  • Year Built: 1914
  • Listing Agent: David Bediz, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage

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3 Comments

  1. jag said at 7:10 pm on Thursday October 25, 2012:
    How odd for the kitchen to be so completely bland.
  1. Sarah said at 7:13 pm on Thursday October 25, 2012:
    Very nice renovation. Reminds me of another home on 2nd Street that was on the market a year or two ago.
  1. David said at 11:08 pm on Thursday October 25, 2012:
    My house in Eckington, between Rhode Island ave/U street NE is exactly the same, except I have a front porch and a front porch roof. Must be the same architecture and was built in 1912.

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