This beautifully appointed home is the middle of three 16’8” wide embassy style brick & limestone Row-houses designed by prolific Washington, DC architect George Thomas Santmyers in 1918. The home has been extensively updated, incorporating modern-day luxuries while retaining carefully preserved original details including ornate oak inlaid floors. Enter the home via a large reception room with a wood-burning fireplace and original moldings. A large family room features new cashmere carpeting and a bedroom suite (currently a home gym) plus an ensuite marble bath. Ascend the staircase to a formal living room with a wood-burning fireplace and three arched windows. The elegant dining room with a 6’ wide mahogany pocket door adjoins the professional-grade kitchen. A repurposed and refurbished chandelier, original to the home, illuminates the marble powder room. The kitchen includes a large breakfast table area that opens onto a spacious, well-designed landscaped multi-level garden and deck perfect for entertaining and sunning. Beyond that is a 2-car tandem garage accessible from the rear of the home. The third floor features three large bedrooms, two full bathrooms (one with a steam shower), custom closets, and three brilliant skylights. This home is located on one of the best blocks in Kalorama Triangle lined with mature Ginko trees. Kalorama Triangle has some of Washington DC’s most well preserved and beautiful examples of Georgian Revival, Colonial Revival, and Mediterranean influenced Architecture and is steps to dining, shopping, and the Metro with a walk score of 94.