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Handsome stone home in Wesley Heights hits market for $1.9M

The house was built in 1932 but was recently updated

4507 Klingle St. NW
HomeVisit, courtesy of Washington Fine Properties’ Kim Gibson

A renovated four-bedroom, 4.5-bathroom Colonial with a sturdy stone façade in Wesley Heights listed earlier this week for $1,995,000. Built in 1932, the home is located at 4507 Klingle St. NW and comes with two full suites with sitting rooms and ensuite bathrooms.

There are high ceilings throughout, custom millwork, and a deep, fenced garden in the back. A two-car garage behind the house was recently refurbished and offers additional storage space. The property has 4,400 square feet of finished space and sits on a 6,250-square-foot lot. Bibliophiles will appreciate the built-in bookshelves on every level of the home.

The living room features a wood-burning fireplace and the den on the first floor lets in lots of natural light. In addition to the dining room, there is a breakfast room next to the kitchen.

The house is two blocks away from the Horace Mann Elementary School, a high-performing D.C. public school, and also close to a handful of markets and restaurants at Foxhall Square.

Barnes Vanze Architects updated the home, according to listing agent Kim Gibson, who is with Washington Fine Properties. It last sold for $1,450,000 in 2004, property records show.