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$1.49M Bloomingdale rowhouse returns to market, renovated from top to bottom

New roof, new windows, new doors, new everything

All photos courtesy of District, Design, & Development (D3)

After a top-to-bottom renovation, this Bloomingdale rowhouse is back on the market with two new HVAC units, two off-street parking spaces, and a large rooftop deck. The price totals $1,495,000.

The renovation also brought all new windows and doors, a new roof and new skylights, and a spacious patio. Also, expect new plumbing and electrical throughout.

On the upper levels, there are three bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms, while the lower-level rental comes with two bedrooms and two bathrooms. The rental offers new floors, new concrete, and waterproofing. The entire property spans over 3,000 square feet.

Some of the major design highlights include white marble countertops in the kitchen, a dual rain shower in the bathrooms, and soaring cathedral ceilings in the master suites.

The property last sold for $753,500 in February 2017.

For a look at some of the “before” photos, check out the listing’s official website here.

Behind the renovation was District, Design, & Development (D3), a D.C. area real estate development firm headed by third generation real estate developer Brian Abramson and 20-year veteran in real estate development and home design Yvette Freeman.

The listing agents are Joe Freeman and Scott Teribury of The Freeman Group.

24 T Street NW [Official Website]