4604 Iowa Avenue NW, Washington
Charming Four Bedroom in 16th Street Heights
Wisteria climbs over the trellised porch of this delightful, semi-detached row house in 16th Street Heights, sheltered under a beautiful, old tree. Grow vegetables in the raised garden beds in the large, private side yard, amid native plants and a butterfly haven.
Thoughtful details -- such as inlaid, wood floors; rich, wood trim; and an exposed brick wall – enhance the charm of this home. The kitchen boasts granite counters, a Mexican tile floor and a breakfast bar that opens to the dining room. A sunny room in the rear of the house is perfect for a playroom or sitting area.
Your overnight guests will feel right at home in the finished lower level, with a living area, wet bar, spacious bedroom and full bath. Upstairs, a former porch has been converted to a large, dressing room off the owner’s bedroom.
Nearby Petworth is home to President Lincoln’s cottage, the Rock Creek Cemetery and the historic Petworth Library. You’ll enjoy the summer jazz festival in the park, the annual Upshur Street Arts and Crafts Fair, and wonderful local restaurants and shops.
This lovely home also includes off-street parking, and a wooden deck off the kitchen. Less than one mile to Petworth metro.
- Estimated Square Footage2400
- TypeSemi-Detached Row House
- FeaturesFamily Room, Fenced Yard, Hardwood Floors, Deck, Laundry Room, Parking, Patio, Washer / Dryer
- Address4604 Iowa Avenue NW
- Subdivision16th Street Heights
- Postal Code20011
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