- The Washington Times - Friday, May 22, 2009

Visitors and local residents flock to Georgetown on sunny days to stroll the streets lined with shops and restaurants or visit the boardwalk and parks adjacent to the Potomac River. Many venture along the narrow lanes to admire the historic homes - some dating to the 17th century - in this Northwest Washington neighborhood.

At 3314 O St. NW, an elegant four-level home built in 1870 is on the market for $5,900,000. This luxury home features six bedrooms, four full baths and three powder baths.

The front of this Federal-style brick home faces a cobblestone section of O Street Northwest. The location of the three-car garage allows for privacy in the south garden. The home also features a front gate for added privacy and security.

The back of the home has extensive windows that face the lawn, flagstone patio, a fountain and garden beds.



Guests are welcomed into the entrance foyer, which has a stone tile floor with an inlaid blue sunburst design. The “parlor level” of the home includes formal entertaining spaces. The front parlor has a bow window and a fireplace. This parlor also has built-in bookcases, wainscoting, crown moldings and recessed lighting. Most of the rooms feature restored hardwood floors.

At the center of this level is a hallway, which is open to a large rear parlor. This parlor has a fireplace and two sets of French doors leading to a terrace and a balcony. A nearby solarium overlooks the south garden and has a stone floor and French doors. There is one powder bath on this level.

On the “garden level,” which is actually the ground level, is a banquet-size dining room with a fireplace. Three sets of French doors open from the dining room to the flagstone patio.

The kitchen is designed to accommodate both the family and outside caterers with extensive utility and storage spaces. A bedroom, full bath and powder bath are also on this level.

The upper two levels are designed for privacy and relaxation. The master suite includes a bedroom with a fireplace and multiple windows overlooking the garden. Next to the bedroom is a large dressing area with walk-in closets, which lead to a luxurious master bath.

A private study/bedroom features bookcases and a fireplace. This level has an additional bedroom, a second full bath and a powder room.

The top level includes two more bedrooms, each with three deep dormer windows. One bedroom has a fireplace, and both share a full bath off the hall.

For more information or an appointment to view the home at 3314 O St. NW, contact Realtor Theresa Burt of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage at 202/258-2600 or visit www.cbmove.com.

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