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16th Street Heights Row House So Pretty It Hurts, Asks $1.3M

With built-ins, exposed brick walls, and glowing hardwood flooring, this 16th Street Heights row house is on the market with modern fixtures and a refreshed, renovated look. While built in 1914, the building was completely redone with high-end appliances and glass tile by "eco designers" who wish to remain anonymous. The over 100-year-old staircase was refinished and salvaged, rather than replaced. Throughout the home, LED lights create a soft glow above cabinets, mantels, and walls. For even more light, the abode offers a skylight, modern fireplace, and recessed lighting throughout. The back deck also offers a view into the listing's spacious fenced-in backyard. The asking price for this 2,400-square-foot listing is $1,349,000.

· 4416 14th Street NW [Redfin]