3245 N Street NW
The front door of this Georgetown home provides a sense of the high-end design that lies inside. The pivoted entrance weighs 1,000 pounds and switches from clear to translucent with the touch of the button.
The four-level, six-bedroom detached townhouse was gutted and fully renovated by its owners. The renovation was completed in 2013 with the assistance of architect Rixey & Rixey.
The media room on the ground level has a 4K projector, there is a glass elevator that connects all the levels and the home is filled with brand names ranging from Boffi to Miele to Bulthaup.
The second level of the home houses a kitchen designed by Bulthaup, a company that creates kitchens to also function as living spaces. Folding doors adjacent to the living area on this level open to a garden terrace with a heated pool, a rare feature for DC’s toniest neighborhood.
Master bedroom suite
Above a floor of guest bedrooms is the master suite that takes up the home’s top level. In addition to his and her walk-in closets and skylights and windows that flood the floor with light, this floor has an open bathroom that, like the front door, has an adjacent glass wall that can be made translucent with the touch of the button.
The pool and garden terrace.
Here are more photos and details on the listing:
Staircase near home’s entry.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/this_weeks_find_nontraditional_elegance_in_georgetown/10376.
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