After seeing many homes on Capitol Hill, and wondering if you should "settle" - this one will make you glad you waited. From the setback porch front to the hand-painted tiles in the vestibule, original floors restored windows, exposed brick, corner wood-burning fireplaces, and renovation finishes chosen to respect the historic period of this 1900's house, the space and the light will delight. Inset handmade kitchen cabinets, soapstone countertops, concrete tiles, and restored porcelain tubs and sinks. Real heavy brass hardware, authentic doorknobs and hinges, original/rebuilt windows with unpainted trim, this home is filled with finishes that are not often found in today's typical quick renovations with off-the-shelf materials. Quality and authenticity with beautiful attention to historic details and natural elements, this home has all the feels. It also features a sizable backyard with room for entertaining, gardening, and off-street parking. 1 block to the new Safeway and 2-3 to the metro - a wonderfully convenient location on Capitol Hill on a leafy block.