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This Week’s Find: DC’s 102 Year-Old Bungalow

by UrbanTurf Staff

This Week's Find: DC's 102 Year-Old Bungalow: Figure 1
3733 Kanawha Street NW

As bungalows go, This Week’s Find is on the larger side, but that doesn’t affect any of the charm associated with the cozy property.

Built at a cost of just $6,500 back in 1911, the home’s first owner was a DC-based music publisher named H. Kirkus Dugdale who had an office at 14th and U Street NW. Since 1974, the four-bedroom, two-bath home has been owned by the same couple.

This Week's Find: DC's 102 Year-Old Bungalow: Figure 2
Living Room

Constructed with elements of fieldstone, cedar, pine, glass, metal, the listing has a wrap-around front porch, a large stone fireplace and 10-foot beamed ceilings in many of the rooms, including the double living space and large family room. Two of the bedrooms have enough room for separate seating areas, but our favorite spot may be the attic. Staged like a little, secret living room, the upstairs space looks like the perfect place for children to escape from their parents.

More details and photos below.

  • Address: 3733 Kanawha Street NW (map)
  • Price: $1.295 million
  • Bedrooms: Four
  • Bathrooms: Two
  • Year Built: 1911
  • Listing Agent: Emily Swartz, Long & Foster

This Week's Find: DC's 102 Year-Old Bungalow: Figure 3
Dining Room

This Week's Find: DC's 102 Year-Old Bungalow: Figure 4
Attic

This Week's Find: DC's 102 Year-Old Bungalow: Figure 5
Bedroom

This Week's Find: DC's 102 Year-Old Bungalow: Figure 6
Porch

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This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/this_weeks_find_dcs_102_year-old_bungalow/6994

3 Comments

  1. david said at 8:49 pm on Monday April 29, 2013:
    Wow, what a beautiful home! Wouldn't think that bungalow has that much space.
  1. Nick said at 4:21 pm on Tuesday April 30, 2013:
    Is this a joke? This isn't a 2 story house. It's a ranch with an attic. And they are asking $1.3 mil for this? You've got to be kidding me. You can get a damn fine row house in a great neighborhood for that price.
  1. Julia said at 7:23 pm on Tuesday April 30, 2013:
    It IS a two-story house. There are three bedrooms, a bathroom and the attic on the 2nd floor.

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