1615 Allison Street NW Washington, DC 20011
This semi-detached c. 1924 rowhouse is among the most generous in size and scale in the entire neighborhood given its width of 25 feet. Offering almost approximately 3,700 on all of its four levels, this residence is in many ways a better alternative to a detached house, providing more attractive interior spaces, better light, and a more commanding scale. It has been beautifully renovated with high quality replacement windows, and is a great juxtaposition of the best of historical details with a contemporary sensibility. The first floor offers a front porch with its original balustrade, a large front hall which is essentially a room unto itself and opens onto the living room with a gas fireplace. The dining room offers seating for up to 20 guests and has its original architectural details. The kitchen was recently renovated, as was the powder room, and the convenience of a sunroom that can be closed off by French doors provides a perfect spot for working from home. The kitchen and sunroom have a view of one of the largest gardens of all of the rowhouses and many of the single-family houses in Crestwood. The second floor offers a large principal bedroom that was conceived of as a suite, incorporating a dressing room, and an anteroom which can be used for reading or media. Two other bedrooms are found on this floor in addition to a very recently renovated hall bathroom. The third floor can be finished for additional living space, but is primarily being used for storage. The lower level is completely finished and offers a very substantial au pair suite, with full kitchen living room, bedroom, full bathroom, and storage room. The house has been outfitted with the most current energy-saving technology including a smart thermostat and programmable water heater. The rear of the house offers a large lawn with access to a detached two-car garage.
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