Believe it or not, but this Cleveland Park single-family home used to look pretty drab only a few months ago. When it last sold in August 2016 for $2.85 million, the kitchen was a little cramped, the flagstone patio needed some extra work, and the walls were painted mute purples, greens, and creams. Now, remodeled, it’s back on the market for $5,795,000 with must-see design features like an all-white facade, coffered ceilings, and a spacious kitchen with a waterfall island.
Located only a block away from the Cleveland Park Metro station, this 1912-constructed listing is looking better than ever. There is recessed lighting, hardwood flooring throughout, and the lower level is finished. There is also an elevator and a two-car garage.
In the 6,538-square-foot property, there are a total of seven bedrooms, six full bathrooms, and two half bathrooms across the home’s four levels.
The listing agent is Nancy Taylor Bubes of Washington Fine Properties.
For a look at what the home previously looked like before the remodel, check out the gallery below.
• 2942 Ordway Street NW [Washington Fine Properties]