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Georgetown home wants $2.5M after Modern transformation

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The last time this Georgetown townhome sold was in January 2014 for $1.25 million. At the time, it had three bedrooms and three bathrooms. Now, it’s asking $2.5 million with two bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms included. While the number of bedrooms and bathrooms has dropped, the square footage has only risen, from roughly 1,800 to almost 2,400.

A recent renovation by D.C. architects Rixey & Rixey refined the residence by removing checkered flooring with a dark hardwood flooring and replacing a formerly drab kitchen with a minimalist galley kitchen.

In the living room, a Modern, see-through fireplace has been added. Meanwhile, the staircase has been refreshed with a glass railing. The bathrooms also feature sleek, white lines as well as a freestanding tub and walk-in shower.

1412 34th Street NW [Redfin]