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Woodley Park rowhouse with an au pair suite on sale for $1.6 million

The spread dates from 1929, and includes a winding staircase as well as five bedrooms

A steep winding staircase from the top. Photos via Compass

The bones of the 3,000-square-foot 2631 Woodley Place NW in Woodley Park date from 1929, when prolific D.C. developer Harry Wardman built it.

The house has been redone on the inside, and includes five bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms as well as a snazzy winding staircase and an au pair/in-law suite with its own kitchen. There is also a gated front yard and a back deck.

The whole package—listed via Compass—will set a buyer back $1.595 million. What’d you think?

The front of a house set back from the street by a small yard.
An entry foyer with a stairwell off one side and a living room off the other.
A dining room with a table and chairs.
A modern kitchen with a large stove.
A bedroom with a bed, a dresser, and a ceiling fan.
A small kitchen as part of a basement suite.