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Whether you are searching for the perfect family home or a welcoming house where you can entertain crowds easily, the home at 3211 44th St. NW can meet those needs.
While some city residents gladly sacrifice a backyard and privacy for the joy of experiencing urban life, others are fortunate to enjoy the sanctuary of a private oasis along with proximity to city amenities.
The neighborhood of Wesley Heights in Northwest Washington may not have the same level of name recognition as nearby Georgetown or Cleveland Park, yet this community has some of the city's most elegant and sophisticated residences.
Foxhall Road meanders from the edge of Georgetown in Northwest Washington past awe-inspiring mansions and charming historic homes as it travels through Wesley Heights until it ends near American University's campus on Nebraska Avenue.
Since 1924, the stately home at 4331 Cathedral Ave. NW in Wesley Heights has presided over this quiet street from within its private setting. It is on the market for $1,995,000.
The District may not be home to quite as many celebrities as New York City or Hollywood, but there are plenty of highly visible politicians, diplomats, lawyers and journalists who value the privacy of their home life.
In 1925, the home at 4512 Lowell St. NW was designed as a charming city cottage in the heart of the District's Wesley Heights neighborhood. In 1983, architect Robert Bell transformed the cottage into an elegant, light-filled home with a three-level addition overlooking the garden.
The Wesley Heights neighborhood in Northwest Washington may not be as well-known as Georgetown, yet the homes in this elegant community are among the most sought-after in the city.
Some residences simply exude an old-fashioned charm that draws in visitors, tempting them to sink into a comfortable couch by the fire no matter what the weather may be outside. These homes often feel as if they have a story to tell, a tale about happy family gatherings, the arrival of grandchildren or just the memory of a gentle spring day on the patio spent admiring the pale pink azaleas.