Prominently positioned on a quiet and leafy one-way street in historic Bloomingdale is an architectural treasure that has been lovingly renovated and updated for the modern age. Built by Harry Wardman and designed by Albert H. Beers, this 1906 classic row home has three levels of living space including the bonus of a fully finished lower level, a perfect option for an in-law or au pair suite. The airy and sun-splashed home offers high ceilings, large bay windows, exposed brick, and dramatic French doors leading out to a rear deck overlooking a private yard with slate patio and garden. Beyond the garden is a sizable, detached garage, suitable for off-street parking and additional storage. A modern, open floor plan flows seamlessly from the living room to the gourmet kitchen where you’ll discover white quartz countertops and stainless steel appliances. The upper level features two distinctly large bedrooms with soaring ceilings, generous closet space, and beautifully appointed ensuite bathrooms. Laundry is also conveniently located on the upper level with a stacked washer and dryer. At the lowest level you’ll find a large kitchenette, spacious living area, a full bath, a bedroom that could be used as a home office, and entrances in both the front and back. All of this in a walker’s paradise, just steps from the neighborhood’s beloved Crispus Attucks Park, and close to LeDroit Park with its playground and dog park. Stroll to neighborhood favorites like The Red Hen, Big Bear Café, and the retail, restaurants, and studios along the U Street Corridor. It’s all part of a warm and comfortable lifestyle experience, with a true sense of local community including block parties and a Sunday farmers’ market. Come and discover this gem for yourself!