This exquisite, custom masonry Colonial (built in 2012) is an entertainer's dream! Bucolic terraces flow from all levels, and top of the line finishes complement gracious room sizes replete with architectural ingenuity throughout. Desirable amenities include: open-concept main level living, full house elevator, expansive Owner's Suite, Viking appliances +wine storage, marble and granite finishes, both gas and wood-burning Fireplaces,
The last of three distinct moments of residential building in Crestwood took place in the early 1960s. The two earlier periods produced a number of identifiable styles including the Wardman-style townhouse, Tudors, and Colonial Revivals. The property that was once part of Blagden Farms of the 18th century yielded its land to Blagden and Colorado Avenues, offering new architectural styles that were suited to a different way of living. This
One of the earlier single-family houses in the neighborhood, this c. 1926 vernacular Tudor Revival is the most charming house in Crestwood. It is set on a quiet street one block from Rock Creek Park. The rear garden is large enough to fully enjoy being outdoors as well as offering two separate spaces for entertaining. The front garden creates a harmonious approach to the residence and is large enough to accommodate additional plantings. The
Questions regarding days on market- please call: An opportunity to make this home yours in every sense of the word- from interior architectural design by recreating the floor plan, the kitchen& bathrooms- here is your palette.This home has had two owners & needs an artist's touch to invigorate & achieve an exquisite new finish; an expansive 6,000 sq ft. lot. The price is not "etched-in-stone."(As-is Addendum Clause
Crestwood has the best access to Rock Creek Park of any neighborhood in the city, and the Carter Barron Amphitheater and the FitzGerald Tennis Center, home of the Citi Open, are just steps away. There is plenty of shopping and entertainment nearby to the southeast in Columbia Heights, Mount Pleasant, and Petworth.
Crestwood Property Values
If seclusion in the city is what you’re looking for, the residential neighborhood of Crestwood is just the place. The area is bordered on three sides by Rock Creek Park and is characterized by large single-family homes and quiet, tree-lined streets. Crestwood has an extremely active community association with a number of events planned throughout the year. There is little turnover in the area, although when homes are available, prices tend to be more affordable than in similar neighborhoods west of Rock Creek Park.
Crestwood Transportation & Location
Isolation is the biggest draw of Crestwood, and there is no Metro stop within the neighborhood. However, the Georgia Ave-Petworth and Columbia Heights stations on the Green and Yellow Lines and the Van Ness-UDC and Cleveland Park stations are a short distance away if needed. 16th St NW provides four “S” Metrobus lines, and a convenient thoroughfare to downtown DC to the south and to Silver Spring, Maryland, and the Capital Beltway to the north. Beach Dr NW also provides a route downtown through scenic Rock Creek Park.
Crestwood is tucked away to the west of 16th Street Heights in Northwest DC. It is surrounded to the north by Colorado Ave NW and Rock Creek Park, to the west and south by Rock Creek Park, and to the east by 16th St NW.
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