It was a big deal when this circa-1885, four-story Victorian home at 1512 P Street NW got electricity — so much so, that the fuse box was placed in the living room and framed. The fuse box is still there, but now this Logan Circle stunner is just steps from Whole Foods and the restaurants on 14th Street. The four-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bathroom home retains its original stained-glass windows and shutters, and its front facade material is pressed brick.
The property includes three parking spaces (one in a garage and two outdoor spaces), along with a bedroom balcony overlooking P Street and a 250-square-foot private deck. Inside, find 11-foot ceilings and five fireplaces throughout the home. There’s a gourmet kitchen too, with quartz countertops, a Jen Air appliances, and a six-burner gas stove. Take a look below and a 3D tour can be viewed here.
CondoNest’s Sales David Blaha is the listing agent.