Looking for historic charm? Open layout to entertain? High-end finishes? Parking? An amazing location? Finding a home meeting these criteria seems too good to be true, but this property has it all and it can be yours.
3409 O Street NW is delivered with all of the style, charm and high-end features buyers are looking for in a Georgetown home- turnkey and beautiful. This property is believed to have been built in 1850, and the layout suggests that history. The large second level features a living room with a wood burning fireplace, a large dining room with an another wood burning fireplace, and a bright and beautiful hearth room off the patio with a coal stove. Together with the four bedrooms on the upper floors, this home's original function was undoubtedly for social gatherings and family dwelling. The lower level is multi-functional with its own full kitchen and bathroom, making a great au pair suite, in-law suite or additional entertaining space. The wall separating the dining room and living area has been removed to allow for the modern open entertaining layout, and the patio has been remodeled and professionally landscaped creating a beautiful, peaceful and private outdoor space in the heart of Georgetown and Washington, DC. The recently renovated kitchen, foyer and mudroom give the home even more functionality and a surplus of storage. High-end finishes such as high ceilings, stacked up crown molding, marble, travertine stone and antique wide plank hardwood flooring offer character and durability throughout the home. The appliances are name-brand: Sub-Zero, Viking, and Bosch. The home has been well maintained and has had two new Carrier AC systems recently installed. This property also boasts garage parking! The home is located on one of the few historic cobblestone streets in DC, which was refinished in the past five years. Again, this home offers history, charm, functionality and location all in one place. List Price: $2.395M
Georgetown offers the best retail and restaurants within blocks of this charming rowhome. Iconic storefronts like Dean and DeLuca, Georgetown Cupcake and Stachowski's Market are part of what make this neighborhood so talked about. M Street and Wisconsin Avenue host enough retail to provide days worth of shopping at high-end brands like Alice + Olivia and Hu's Wear, and the well-known TJ Maxx and Gap. The restaurants found in Georgetown are vast in their offerings as well. The historic 1789 Restaurant and Bourbon Steak offer a taste of the American past. Fiola Mare provides you an Italian dinner with a view of the popular Georgetown waterfront and Farmers Fishers Bakers offers farm-to-table eats that are very popular. Looking for sightseeing? You can tour Tudor Place, the Dumbarton House or the Old Stone House and get a taste for the culture of our nation's capital.