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1405 34th St NW_LuxBR__8pg_Pieces - HomeVisit

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It has been much published and revered as an architectural masterpiece thought its nearly 200 year spanand possesses an extraordinary 1/3 acres of grounds that were designed by landscape architect Rose Greely(1887-1969) that include mature specimen plantings, vintage boxwoods, the original smokehouse, a heatedpool, expansive terrace and uniquely expansive grounds overlooked by a large, south-facing terrace.Seven wood-burning fireplaces, guest house, green house, gated parking for multiple cars, renovated gourmetkitchen and seven renovated bathrooms are among the many assets to be found here.The Master Suite is a sanctuary with tray ceiling and six windows that has twin walk-in closets, a luxuriousMaster Bathroom and can include a large Sitting Room with fireplace.This unusually handsome home has been transformed to accommodate today's lifestyles while protectingthe authentically antique character of the home.


FEATURES AND AMENITIESMAIN LEVEL• Entrance Hall – (31’ x 7’4”) The original Federal six- panel front door and fan light,enhanced by lead-work, is a perfect introduction to this historic and gracious Georgetownproperty. This warm welcome includes original wide plank, random width pine floors, crownmouldings, 10-foot ceiling, and it opens to living room on the right, dining room on the leftwith a staircase to the upper levels.• Living Room – (21’ x 16’3”) Also with original pine floors, wood- burning fireplace withoriginal antique mantle, 10’6” ceiling, five windows with three exposures, and a carved chairrail running along the walls.• Drawing Room – (34’ x 22’4”) A widely-published and dramatic entertaining and living spacewith 12 foot ceiling , three large Jefferson windows that open fully to the Garden and twosouthern exposure windows. A large fireplace with a carved wooden mantle is at the center ofthe room, and there is a separate butler’s pantry for service off to the side. This elegant roomis accessed via a spiral staircase with French doors to the Garden.• Dining Room – (21’ x 16’3”) The ideal setting for formal dinners includes original pine floors,a wood-burning fireplace with antique mantle and built-in display shelving and china storage,two large windows with 9’10” ceiling, and recessed lighting for art display.• Kitchen – (39’ x 15’4”) This is a gourmet’s delight that was thoughtfully and meticulouslyrenovated three years ago. This extraordinary Kitchen, which spans the entire north side of thehouse, has three areas with distinct but united purposes. The central preparation has a twowindows and commercial grade, six-foot wide Miele refrigerator and freezer, six-burner gasWolf range with griddle, professional grade hood with tortoise shell glass Waterworksbacksplash, two Miele dishwashers, Miele warming drawer, Wolf convection/microwave walloven, and Miele steam oven, center island with Boos butcher block surface and a convenientand large pantry. The beverage center at the top of the kitchen has a 102-bottle Miele tripletemperature-controlled wine cooler, separate icemaker, ample counter space for espressostation, and tremendous storage cabinetry, with room for a wine tasting table, and two windowsas well as. The Breakfast area, at the opposite end of the Kitchen, is awash in eastern sunlightand is open to the main Kitchen and adjacent to the Family room and back stairway. The entireKitchen has a 10’ foot ceiling, custom cabinetry, recessed lighting, speakers in the ceiling, atotal of seven windows with three exposures.• Family Room – (16’ x 13’5”) This comfortable and welcoming room is ideally located adjacentto the Kitchen and has original pine floors, wood- burning fireplace, four windows with threeexposures, wood paneling, and a hidden door to a mud-room with storage room and gardenentrance.• Powder Room off Family Room – Painted wood floors and antique lantern chandelier.• Powder Room off Drawing Room – Custom sink and antique chandelier.SECOND LEVEL• Master Bedroom – (22’10” x 21’6”) The entire Southern wing of the second level comprises theMaster Suite, which is introduced by a long private hallway with twin closets and a window seat,and two additional walk-in closets. It includes a luxurious and large Master Bathroom(16’10”x7’1”) with oversized soaking tub, separate dual, glass-enclosed steam shower, twoseparate marble sinks and two private water closets, all with Waterworks nickel fixtures. TheBedroom is the perfect sanctuary with tray ceiling, crown moulding, recessed lighting, speakersin the ceiling, and four windows with two exposures lining the North and South perimeters ofthe room, and built-in bookcases .• Second Bedroom – (16’ x 16’) Is also suitable as a Master Sitting Room and has a wood-burningfireplace with carved wooden mantle, crown moulding, and three windows with two exposures.• Third Bedroom – (17’3” x 14’) This charming room also has a wood-burning fireplace withcarved wooden mantle, built-in bookcases, two windows, crown moulding , and en-suite accessto the Hall Bathroom.• Hall Bathroom – Fully renovated with Waterworks nickel fixtures, tiled floor, closet, and a tubwith shower.• Fourth Bedroom- (18’ x11’6”) This room has a lovely, private location near the back stairwayand has three windows.• Fifth Bedroom-(11’8”x8’9’) This room is at the top of the back stairway, near the secondHall Bathroom• Sixth Bedroom- (16’3”x14’5”) This room has an en-suite Bathroom and adjacent study withbuilt-in shelving, as well as a fireplace, three windows with two exposures, and a cedar closet.• Second Hall Bathroom was recently renovated and has a tub with a shower.• Office/Sitting Room-(13’7”x9’7”) This room is at the top of the main stairway and is awash insunlight with full southern exposure, looking out over the beautiful garden, and is a cheerfulspot for quiet repose or conducting one’s business.• File room – This closet has shelving and is convenient to the second floor office.• Linen closet – Walk-in with drawers.THIRD LEVEL• Seventh Bedroom – (23’1” x13’8”) The ceiling follows the roof line, with cedar closet and threewindows with three exposures.• Bathroom – Completely renovated three years ago with marble and Waterworks nickel fixtures.GUEST HOUSE, SMOKEHOUSE, GREENHOUSE• Guest House – (20’2” x 14’10”) There is a large room with a vaulted ceiling, a modern kitchenand breakfast bar, four windows with two exposures, and a full bath. In addition to serving as aguest house, it could also be used as a place for pool guests to rest and change.• Smokehouse – The original detached smoke house is one of the oldest structures inGeorgetown with many potential uses – home office, playroom, club house, storage, etc.• Greenhouse – This greenhouse has a separate water supply and has access to both the outsideand main house via the mudroom.LOWER LEVELS• The basement under the Southern wing of the house is a bunker of nine clean, well lit roomsof varying sizes (all have doors) including a large wine cellar with shelves, offering tremendousstorage. Access is through the butler’s pantry off the Ballroom.• The lower level under the Northern wing of the house has a newly renovated Bathroom withdirect Garden access, large Laundry/Utility room with two sets of washers and dryers , largestorage closet and two additional storage areas with a wine cellar, also offering a substantialamount of utility and storage spaceGARDEN• This enormous, splendid two-level private garden was designed by the renowned landscapearchitect Rose Greely (1887-1969) and is flanked with a quiet walkway for viewing andcontemplation. In addition to its wide expanse of green lawn, there is a rose garden and avintage boxwood border. It also has a wide flagstone terrace abutting the main house, amplelawn space, mature bamboo along the property line for privacy, a professionally designed soundand lighting system, a fountain, and a heated lap pool with cover and a poolside terrace. Oneof the largest and most important gardens in Georgetown.For additional information,please contact the listing agents:JAMIE PEVADirect: 202-258-5050JPeva@aol.comEILEEN MCGRATHDirect 202-253-2226Eileen.McGrath@wfp.com

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