- The Washington Times - Thursday, June 2, 2005

Address: 1600 Upshur St. NW, Washington, DC 20011

Community: Crestwood

Age: Built in 1939

Price: $1,450,000

Size: About 4,000 finished square feet on lot of 11,505 square feet

Taxes: $7,101 in 2004

Exterior features: Georgian Colonial-style brick home on corner lot with two adjacent vacant lots included, flagstone walkway and steps, slate roof, garden beds and multiple azaleas, two-car attached garage

Interior features: Four bedrooms; four full baths; one powder room; one fireplace; hardwood flooring; crown moldings; large front hall/foyer; formal living room with marble mantel over fireplace and multiple windows, plus sliding glass door to Florida room with sliding glass doors on three sides and door to garden; formal dining room with access to Florida room; kitchen with Sub-Zero refrigerator, double wall ovens and adjacent breakfast room with windows on three sides; second level with master suite including sliding glass door to balcony and private master bath; two additional bedrooms with an adjoining full bath; finished upper level with fourth bedroom and third bath; finished lower level with wine cellar, laundry and storage rooms, fourth full bath.

Amenities: Finished lower-level home office/studio with separate walk-out entrance from 16th Street, built-in shelving; upper-level balcony accessible from master suite and second bedroom; three crystal chandeliers; high ceilings; radiator/oil-fueled heat; security system.

Close by: Rock Creek Park; easy access to downtown Washington and to the Beltway.

Open house: June 5, 1 to 4 p.m.

Contact: Associate Broker Helen Dodson of Long & Foster Real Estate, 202/243-2955

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