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Resale of the week: Expanded, renovated NW Colonial
Taxes: $10,502 in 2011
Homeowners association fee: None
Exterior features: Colonial-style single-family home with brick-and-stucco exterior, landscaped lot with mature trees, stone walkways, stone front porch, one- and two-car garages
Interior features: Three finished levels; four bedrooms; four full baths; two half baths; hardwood, slate and ceramic tile flooring; library with fireplace; great room with two-sided fireplace; upgraded kitchen with adjacent pantry; first-floor bedroom with full bath; master suite with sitting area and luxury bath upstairs along with two more bedrooms, each with full bath; finished lower-level home office or exercise room
Amenities: Deck off main level, balcony off master suite, high-tech wiring, electronic dumbwaiter, three fireplaces, skylights, extensive closets and storage space
Close by: Walk to Washington National Cathedral, restaurants, shops and Metrobus on Wisconsin Avenue; walk to Glover Archbold Park and Battery Kemble Park; walk to restaurants and shops at Foxhall Square
Open house: 1 to 4 p.m. June 10
Contact: Realtor Kathleen Bridget McGovern of Long & Foster Real Estate at 210/833-6156 or visit www.longandfoster.com
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