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Washington Fine Properties has listed a renovated Federal residence on coveted Dent Place in the East Village of Georgetown for $1,475,000.
Meticulously updated and maintained by its current owners, the home has great flow, and is perfect for entertaining.
The main level has a formal living room with a gas fireplace and built-ins, an inviting chef’s kitchen with an island, granite counters, and professional series appliances.
The kitchen opens to the dining room, which features a charming banquette with built-ins.
There is access to the deck and terrace from the kitchen.
Upstairs is the master bedroom with ample closet space, two additional bedrooms and a renovated bath with a double vanity.
The lower level has high ceilings and an additional bedroom and full bath as well as a bonus room or play room. There is walk-out access to the rear garden from this level.
One car off-street parking completes this exceptional offering.
The Georgetown Business Improvement District has announced that Georgetown was named "Best Neighborhood for Shopping" in Washington City Paper's annual list. In addition to that big win, a number of great stores and restaurants in Georgetown won for individual categories:
Best Place to Buy Eyeglasses: Georgetown Optician
Best Cupcake: Baked & Wired
Best Brunch: Farmers Fishers Bakers
Best Cocktail Menu: Maté
Best Restaurant With a View: Fiola Mare
Best Place to Get a Housewarming Gift: American Holiday
Best Children's Clothing Store: Little Birdies
Best Skincare Miracle: Hela Spa
Best Jazz/Blues Venue: Blues Alley
The Phillips Collection presents Art Song Discovery April 16, 2015 from 6:30 to 8:30 pm.
Soprano Colleen Daly, Winner of Vocal Arts DC’s 2014 Discovery Competition, presents and narrates a program, in partnership with pianist Joy Schreier, of music inspired by artworks on display at the museum.
Listen to song cycles by the late 19th-century French composer Jules Massnet, the Austrian-born composer Erich Korngold, and the Russian-born Sergei Rachmaninov, among others, and hear how their music has uncanny visual counterparts in Impressionist paintings by George Grosz and Wassily Kandinsky.
Purchase tickets here.
The Phillips Collection is located at 1600 21st Street NW.