Washington Fine Properties (WFP) has listed an extraordinary Dupont Victorian townhome, centrally located on tree-lined Q Street, just steps from some of the city’s finest restaurants, boutiques, galleries, and museums. The neighborhood shares a central urban setting and cosmopolitan lifestyle with the adjoining neighborhoods of Georgetown, Kalorama, Embassy Row, Logan Circle, and the 14th Street Corridor.
Recently renovated throughout all four sun-filled living levels, the impressive 3,550 square foot (approximately) floor plan features beautiful hardwood floors, custom moldings and millwork, seven fireplaces, luxurious bathrooms, built-in speakers, and state of the art features and amenities.
The gracious principal rooms include an inviting entry foyer, a formal living room with 2 sets of original pocket doors, a banquet sized dining room, and gourmet kitchen with built-in banquette and French doors to rear deck. The upper two levels include the well-appointed private quarters including a top level owner suite with balcony, extensive dressing area, and a bath with gas fireplace, steam shower, and jetted tub; and 2 additional large bedrooms; a marble hall bath; and a laundry room.
The lower level has a separate apartment currently used as an entertaining suite with full kitchen, living room/theater, game room, full bath, and a walkway to the rear garden, multi-level deck and patio, storage room, and wine cellar.
The walk-out deck from the kitchen has a gas grill perfect for outdoor barbequing and has steps up to a large roof deck over the garage. The walk-out level deck also steps down to a patio which leads to a 2-car garage opening to a wide alley.
For more information on this property, offered at $2,999,000, contact William F. X. Moody, Robert Hryniewicki,and Adam Rackliffe at 202.243.1620 or WilliamFX.Moody@wfp.com
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The Kimberly Casey and Daryl Judy Team of Washington Fine Properties is sponsoring an Electronic Recycling event on November 8, 2014 from 11:00 am until 2:00 pm at Ross Elementary School located at 1730 R Street NW.
It is very easy – bring your outdated electronics, televisions, batteries, DVD Players, radios, computers, stereos, phones, fax machines … to the drop off.
A full list of what will be accepted can be found here.
This is a free event with just a few minor exceptions: $5 for hard drive destruction for security purposes, CRT TVs and Computer Monitors as they have to be disposed of due to their hazard materials. Potomac EScrap purchases electronics based on the value of the metals they contain and all money raised will go to Ross Elementary.
"Observations of Form," photographs by Paul Jett & architectural watercolors by Michael Hampton will be on view at Susan Calloway Fine Arts Gallery from October 17-November 15, 2014.
Opening Reception is Friday, October 17th from 6:00 - 8:00 pm.
The relationship between the work of Michael Hampton and Paul Jett is one of both harmony and contrast. Hampton's watercolors highlight the absolute symmetry and precision of neoclassical architecture, which emphasizes exacting classical line and proportion. Jett's photographs capture flora he comes across while taking walks in the woods-like dangling tree limbs or Spanish moss. Yet both artists demonstrate the power of simplicity, the impact of a clean line, and the drama of using negative space. These qualities bring cohesion and unity to their very dissimilar subject matter.
Susan Calloway Fine Arts Gallery is located at 1643 Wisconsin Avenue. Tel: 202.965.4601