Cool, Renovated Columbia Heights

Living room of 3807 10th St, NW, Washington, DC 20011

Living room view.

Listed at $599,000. Sold Above Full Price!
3807 10th St NW, Washington, DC 20011-5707
In the great neighborhood of Columbia Heights. Walk score of 92!


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Pristine and crisp light-filled living room with original red oak floors and walnut inlay leads to party-sized dining room with contemporary chandelier by Artimide.

Open and totally high-styled kitchen with Zodiac stone-and-glass composite counter top with waterfall feature. Solid maple cabinets by Decora, including clever storage drawers— breakfast bar, too! Pantry with room for every spice from all over the world to cook on stainless steel Jenn-Air appliances. Kitchen exits to covered porch, so convenient. Main level powder room with opaque glass french door and subway tile wall. First floor den overlooks in-town garden paradise (just under 20’x50′) with over 1,200 daffodil bulbs, plus herbs, Japanese maple, crape myrtles, dogwood, rain barrel and composter. Front garden has Bayscape landscaping and custom brick steps.

Alice standing with sold sign

Alice McKenna in front of 3807 10th Street, NW. Sold!

Entry foyer is perfect for stunning art leads to the 1920s-era wide gleaming wood staircase up to oversized bedrooms. The hotel-style spacious master suite comes with a sitting room with a wall of windows and designer walk-in closet. Incomparable! Closets everywhere for your must-haves! A sky-lit hall bath, fitted with Grohe, Duravit, and Robern fixtures, and subway tile, completes this fabulous retreat. Huge second bedroom with walk-in closet makes this home unique. Original pine floors underneath carpet too!

Energy-efficient two-zoned heating and cooling. Carrier AC, updated of course with a charcoal air-filtration system. Basement with separate laundry, storage and exit to yard, plus a retro half-bath. Garden is large enough to reclaim parking and still have your garden oasis for entertaining.

So much potential with these large spaces, plus city living with all the amenities. The Georgia Ave/Petworth Metro station is steps away. So is the the Columbia Heights restaurant and cafe “Hip Strip” — the 11th Street Corridor featured in the New York Times Travel Section. | Mobile: 301-706-0779