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This Week's Find: A Sneak Peek in Mount Pleasant
1921 Kenyon Street NW
This Week’s Find is an updated Mount Pleasant rowhouse that UrbanTurf was able to get a sneak preview of before it hit the market later today.
Besides its well-maintained, handsome interior, a few features make this home stand out. The master bedroom is in the front of the house and has a lofty cathedral ceiling, there is a large stone patio and tiered garden that the sellers created in the backyard, and skylights have been punched out of the ceiling, making the second story hallway area brighter than usual.
In addition to the master bedroom, the upstairs level has two additional bedrooms and an exposed-brick laden den. On the lower level, a studio-like basement with a full kitchen could be a good in-law/nanny suite.
The home is just across Beach Drive from the National Zoo and the “Great Cats” exhibit, so wildlife fans may feel extra drawn to the listing. More details and photos below.
- Address: 1921 Kenyon Street NW (map)
- Price: $799,555
- Bedrooms: Three
- Bathrooms: 2.5
- Year Built: 1900
- Listing Agent: The Mandy and David Team, Coldwell Banker
Photos courtesy of HomeVisit.
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