Constructed in 1890, this carriage house is on the market in Dupont Circle’s Historic District with exposed brick walls, beamed ceilings, and built-ins. There are two bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms inside the approximately 2,400-square-foot space as well as off-street parking and a patio.
UrbanTurf reported that this unique space was once used for horse stalls and later used as a campaign office and call center for then-presidential candidate Michael Dukakis. After the election and after a renovation, it functioned as a two-bedroom plus den residence. Later, the kitchen was updated with granite countertops, travertine heated floors, and new cabinetry.
Jodie and David Slaughter, the owners of the home, told UrbanTurf, “It looks cute and quaint from the outside, but once inside, [visitors are] delighted by the sheer space, the soaring ceilings, wooden beams, and exposed brick.”
The listing agent is Katrina Schymik Abjornson of Compass.
• 1809 20th Street NW [Compass]