1728 6th NW St

$1,099,000  | 
 1728 6th Northwest Street, Washington, DC 20001

This circa 1880, semi-detached bay front window Victorian row home has a charming fenced front yard, 3 bedrooms, two and a half baths and features approximately 1,800 SF of living space. The abundance of light in this home is thanks to its east-west orientation and abundant skylights and windows. There are hardwood floors throughout, recessed lighting, custom window treatments with remote control features and recently updated bathrooms. Upon entering the home the massive open concept living area welcomes you. Head into the central dining area, spacious enough for an 8 seat dining table, and you will find additional closet storage space, a powder room and a laundry closet. The kitchen has granite countertops with grey and white details, stainless steel appliances, a gas range and large island with bar seating. Just beyond the kitchen is a private fully fenced backyard complete with a covered terrace, perfect for outdoor entertaining or gardening. Upstairs you will find a large main bedroom with an unexpected outdoor deck. The main bedroom also features a newly renovated spa inspired bathroom with dual sinks, chrome designer hardware and custom tile work. There are two additional bedrooms upstairs and one additional recently renovated bathroom with tub and dual entrances. All three bedrooms feature custom closet organizers. This end unit rowhome is perfectly situated in the heart of booming Shaw, and has a WalkScore of 98. Nearby shopping, restaurants, bars, U Street, one block to Shaw Metro Station, and two off-street parking spaces complete this home.

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1,813 Sq.Ft.

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1,813 Sq.Ft.
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0.04 Acres
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“The abundance of light in this home is thanks to its east-west orientation and abundant skylights and windows.”


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