This c. 1910-constructed Woodley Park townhome comes with over 4,000 square feet of renovated space in addition to six bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms. The home was first placed on the market in March 2016 for $1.95 million and got a $100,000 price chop in May and now July, lowering it to the current $1.75 million.
The Washington Post reported that the current owners bought and gutted the home in 1978, adding geometric shapes, skylights, and glass block walls. The intention was to transform the residence into as bright and airy a home as possible.
Along with the glass are cherry wood walls and Brazilian mahogany floors. Other highlights include an in-law suite, wine cellar, and off-street parking for two cars. The nearest Metro stop is only a couple blocks away, while Rock Creek Park is right next door.