Built in 1923, this Tudor single-family home in Chevy Chase, Maryland, calls itself a “timeless classic” in the listing, but if Curbed DC could sum it up in one to two words, that would be “dainty”—for its wallpaper with dainty patterns—and “surprising”—for its surprisingly large number of rooms. There are a total of seven bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms in the more than 2,700-square-foot, four-level property.
For $1,475,000, other notable features include its built-ins, base and crown molding, and chandeliers. According to the listing, there is also enough off-street parking for four vehicles. The most unique highlight of this residence has to be its recreation room with a wood-paneled bar, perfect for entertaining others at home.
The location is within walking distance to the Friendship Heights Metro station and various retailers and restaurants nearby.
The listing agent is Thomas Williams of McEnearney Associates.
• 5632 Western Avenue [McEnearney Associates]