Resale of the week: Architect’s stamp on Chevy Chase town home

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The uppermost level also has hardwood flooring throughout the rooms. At the front of the home is an oversized bedroom with a fan window, a ceiling fan, a dormer window and built-in shelving. This bedroom also could function as a home office. The second bedroom includes a dormer window, built-in bookcases and both a walk-in closet and a standard closet. These two bedrooms share a full bath.

The finished lower level has new carpet and can be used in a variety of ways, perhaps as an in-law or au-pair suite or a home office. The lower level includes a kitchen, a full bath, laundry and storage space and two living areas.

The vintage charm of this home and its prime location may be its main attractions, but buyers also will enjoy the flexibility of four finished levels of living space.

 

Details:

Address: 3721 Jenifer St. NW, Washington, DC 20015

Community: Chevy Chase, D.C.

Age: Built in 1915

Price: $879,000

Lot size: Approximately 2,890 square feet

Taxes: Approximately $7,713

Homeowners association fee: None

Exterior features: All-brick end-unit town home with brick terrace and space for garden

Interior features: Six bedrooms, 3 baths, two fireplaces, hardwood flooring, columns, formal living room, formal dining room with French doors, sunroom with access to terrace, main-level laundry room, large kitchen, main-level powder room; lower level with separate entrance includes kitchen, two living areas, laundry and storage

Amenities: Front porch, three-zone central air conditioning, gas-fired radiator heat with high-efficiency boiler

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