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Easy Breezy Whimsical Wesley Heights Abode Asks $2.4M

For those who yearn for a dash of whimsy with their real estate, this Wesley Heights single-family home just landed on the market with soaring curved and vaulted ceilings and sporadic splashes of bold colors. Washington, D.C.-based architect and sculptor Dickson Carroll designed this abode to have a total of 94 windows, an elevator to all four levels, and both upper and lower terraces. To top it all off, the listing also offers two kitchens, possibly with the intent to give the homebuyer the ability to section off an area of the home as an in-law suite. The total asking price for this abode is $2.395 million.


· 4345 Hawthorne Street NW [Estately]
· Dickson Carroll [Official Website]
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