1671 34TH STREET NW

WASHINGTON, DC, 20007

$4,100,000

$1,094 per ft²
$4,100,000
$1,094 per ft²
Active
Active
 - For Sale
beds
3 Beds
baths
4 Baths
carpenters-square
3,747 ft²
property_type
Townhouse
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Built 1964
Elegant West Village Georgetown townhouse with designer finishes featured in multiple magazines. Original interior design and former home of renowned designer Frank Babb Randolph, has a sophisticated style enhanced by the current owners. A recent renovation to the floor plan by renowned architect Christian Zapatka created a more open second floor with powder room. The formal marble entry hall has a half bath and leads to the lower level family room. The second floor has a spectacular living room with 13 ft ceilings, fireplace with decorative alcoves and french doors overlooking the garden. The Jennifer Gilmer designed eat-in kitchen features custom cabinets with a large island, Subzero refrigerator and freezer, Thermador Pro Grand 48” double oven, Shaws farmhouse sink in the expansive kitchen island. The large dining room is open to the kitchen and is perfect for entertaining. The third floor features a generous primary suite with a view of the Washington Monument, walk in closet and a large marble bathroom with a skylight. Two ample guest rooms with hall bath complete the top floor. The open floor plan lower level family/media opens to the large rear terrace. Garage and a driveway!
MLS® ID:
DCDC2059798
Updated:
9/27/22
McWilliams Ballard, Inc.
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Interior Features

Total Bedrooms
3
Full Bathrooms
2
Half Bathrooms
2
Cooling
Central A/C
Heating
Forced Air

Exterior/Building Features

Lot Size
2,115 ft² lot
Exterior Features
Above Grade, Below Grade
Architectural Style
Federal
Sewer
Public Sewer, Public Septic

School Information

School District
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA PUBLIC SCHOOLS

Other Property Details

Taxes
$17675.00
Tax Frequency
per YEAR
Garage
Yes
Garage Spaces
1
Parking
Y
View
N
County
WASHINGTON
Water Source
Public
Pool
No
Zoning
RESIDENTIAL
McWilliams Ballard, Inc.
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