Originally built in 1930, the home comes with a carriage house and a myriad of period details
Currently listing for $1,199,000, this six-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom Tudor home on a roughly 3,800-square-foot corner lot in Crestwood features numerous original details throughout. The home, originally built in 1930, comes with custom moldings, wooden doorway arches, hardwood floors, cedar closets, and large rooms as well as a classic stone and brick exterior.
The foyer boasts stained glass, a curved stairway, and even a telephone closet. The light-filled living room has an 11-foot plaster ceiling decorated with a fleur-de-lis pattern, plus a marble fireplace. Through glass doors, it walks out to a stone-covered porch that overlooks the tree-lined street. The formal dining room, meanwhile, is attached to a sunroom and the expansive eat-in kitchen, which is equipped with commercial appliances, tile floors, and many cabinets.
The home is located at 4319 18th St. NW, just a few blocks east of Rock Creek Park, and has sizable bedrooms. The basement is partially finished and includes a recreation room as well as a bedroom, while the third level is unfinished. There is a detached two-car garage/carriage house that comes with utilities. Per public records, the last time the home changed changed hands was 1985. Danielle Perl of Washington Fine Properties is serving as the listing agent.