November 5, 2017
July 4, 2017
Renovated Victorian rowhouse in D.C.’s Logan Circle lists for $1.995 million
Where We Live
By Michele Lerner The renovated Victorian rowhouse at 1619 13th St. NW has five bedrooms, five bathrooms and five fireplaces. (HomeVisit)
While modern condos and apartments and hip restaurants can be found in abundance along 14th Street in Logan Circle, the Victorian rowhouses along nearby streets remind visitors that this part of Northwest Washington has a long history.
The renovated rowhouse at 1619 13th St. NW, priced at $1.995 million, was built in 1886 and retains its original plaster moldings, stained-glass windows in the front sitting room, banisters, two skylights and a dumbwaiter installed by the first owners of the property.
The house has 10-foot-high ceilings and hardwood floors throughout the 3,400-square-foot interior, which has five bedrooms, five bathrooms, five fireplaces and a landscaped garden with a deck.
The master bedroom suite on the top floor has a private balcony and the lower level includes an in-law suite with a full kitchen and a separate entrance. In addition to the main kitchen, which has a professional-grade gas stove, quartz counters, two sinks and a wine cooler, the formal dining room has a pantry with space for preparing food when entertaining.
The current owner of the property leases a parking space for $250 a month at nearby Logan Station, and the buyer will have the option to continue renting the space.
For more information, contact John Guggenmos
, a vice president of McWilliams Ballard