This charming traditional rowhouse is prominently located on Capitol Hill, which, in addition to being a metonym for Congress, is the largest historic residential neighborhood in Washington, D.C., stretching eastward in front of the US Capitol along wide avenues. This beautiful rowhouse was constructed in 2007 and its rich brick façade seamlessly fits into this highly sought after D.C. enclave.
This traditional rowhouse is not only stately in design but also in past residents. Once the former residence of the Canadian char·gé d’af·faires to the United States, this property features six bedrooms and five-and-a-half baths over a sprawling 5,600 square feet. The home spans four finished levels and the interiors of the home are state of the art with fine details such as custom millwork, built-ins, crown moldings, to name a few highlights.
Fit for a chef, the kitchen features commercial grade appliances, custom cabinetry, and an oversized stone island. The home’s twelve foot ceilings, two fireplaces, and ample natural light offer a sense of grandeur, intimacy and warmth. For ultimate convenience, the home’s elevator services all four levels, including the finished English-style basement. To top it all off, the home boasts a rare amenity of a panoramic rooftop, which shows off views of the US Capitol, National Monument, Supreme Court and Union Station.
For added security and peace of mind, the home’s secure, gated garage provides covered parking for two. Offering easy access to the best the neighborhood offers, these historic sites are only steps away from this rare luxury rowhouse.
The property is located at 610 Maryland Ave NE and will be auctioned without reserve with Elite Auctions on Saturday, October 24, 2020. Remote bidding is available.
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