18 T STREET NW
18 T STREET NW, WASHINGTON, DC 20001
Circa 1917, this is a superb 5 Bedroom /3.5BA brick townhome in historic Bloomingdale. This is a top to bottom renovation of a unique Victorian with a bow bay front and semi-circular arch over the front door which suggest a Flemish or Dutch element to the original design. Upon entering the property you will be greeted by an immense amount of light pouring in from the skylight on the top level and large windows in both the the front and rear of the house.
There is rich wide plank flooring throughout, exposed brick, coffered ceilings, new Lincoln custom windows and thoughtful updates combine classic architectural elements and sophisticated modern touches throughout the home. The open layout is perfect for daily living and entertaining allowing natural light to fill the space. The stylish open concept kitchen is a home chef’s dream with GE profile stainless steel appliances, quartz countertops, a gas range, custom cabinetry and an oversized island. Dine indoors or take the gathering through the glass door to rear deck or down to the paved back with custom railing.
The primary bedroom suite is bright and spacious, it has a tiled en suite bathroom. There are two additional bedrooms on the top level and a hallway bathroom. Upon entering the basement from the dining room you will pleasantly surprised by the character of the exposed brick and the comfort of wide stairway. The finished lower level has two bedrooms and is perfect for short term rentals with an additional washer and dryer or offering a flexible living space to suit a variety of needs. Similar short term rentals are bringing in $95-$125 per day( $2850 to $3750 per month). The developer can add a custom kitchenette in the area to the right of the basement staircase after closing upon request. There is also off street parking for two compact cars.
Bloomingdale is filled with historic architecture. Great shopping and dining options are within a block from this home home. The neighborhood highlights are Crispus Attucks Park, NoMa and Union Market District. Harry Thomas Recreation center is just three blocks away and has a public pool, tennis courts, basketball courts, a community garden and a large grass field. Hop on the Metropolitan Branch Trail in a couple of blocks and head to Eckington Dog Park or Alethia Tanner Park. The Green line Metro at Shaw station is a 18 minute walk away.