Address: 2218 Cathedral Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20008
Community: Woodley Park
Age: Built in 1923, renovated in 2008
Size: Approximately 3,000 finished square feet on a site of 2,000 square feet
Taxes: $7,868 in 2010
Exterior features: Federal-style row house of white-painted brick, front porch, wrought-iron railings, fenced backyard with deck, patio, parking for two cars
Interior features: Four bedrooms; two full baths; two half baths; restored hardwood flooring; living room with wood-burning fireplace; formal dining room; family room with French doors to deck and patio; renovated kitchen; master bedroom with attached half bath, built-in wardrobes and closet; renovated full bath with skylight; closet with stacked washer and dryer; two additional bedrooms with attached playroom; finished upper-level office with built-in bookcases; finished lower level with separate entrance, fourth bedroom, living area, kitchenette, laundry room and second full bath
Amenities: Lower-level apartment rents for $1,600 per month, approved plans and permits for attic-level addition, natural gas radiator heat and gas water heating, central air conditioning, recessed lighting, ceiling fans, wood-burning fireplace
Close by: Walk to Woodley Road-Adams Morgan Metro stop, shops and restaurants on Connecticut Avenue, Adams Morgan, National Zoo and Rock Creek Park; easy access to downtown Washington by bus and Metro
Open house: By appointment
Contact: Realtors the Mandy and David Team at Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage Dupont Circle office at 202/387-6180, call Mandy Mills at 202/425-6417 or David Getson at 202/557-5411 or visit www.mandyanddavid.com
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