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Refurbished, 1910 Washington, DC rowhouse

US / District of Columbia
Listed By: 1965
Location ID: #999-17703
This beautiful 1910 DC Rowhouse, completely gutted and refurbished in 2013-2014, is now available for filming. Located in Greater NoMa (the “H Street Corridor” and “Old City”), the hippest new neighborhood adjacent to historic Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, the house is in the heart of an area rediscovered for its history, nuance, tradition and "neighborhoodness." A small enclave in a big city with brick sidewalks and connected row homes built between the 1890s and the 1940s, the H Street Corridor is rich with history. Once a middle-class African American neighborhood, it was decimated in the riots after Martin Luther King was assassinated then fell into the hands of drug dealers in the 1980s. Its resurgence began about 10-15 years ago when Metro built the NoMa/Gallaudet stop. The area has bragging rights to unprecedented change and improvement. From new, award winning restaurants to redevelopments, the H Street Corridor is home to the Uline (which held the first U.S. Beatles concert and now boasts a flagship REI) to the trendy food hall Union Market. 1910 DC Rowhouse has 5 bedrooms including a fully independent English basement (which the owner rents out as an Airbnb) with a private entrance and keyless lock system. The main floor features a Great Room with sliding doors and access to a Juliet porch. The kitchen has a natural wood island, a farm sink, and a glass dining table with built-in extension. There’s also a powder room with a "Mercedes red" sink fashioned out of an old roaster oven and a chalkboard wall. A parlor sports much of the home's centuries-old history, with exposed rafters, a chandelier circa 1915-1930, and a working 1920s radio. There’s also a private courtyard with a garden, a fire pit and a basketball net. The entire property is available for filming. Contact the host today to book this unique rowhouse for your next film or television production. MAIN FLOOR Great Room: Sliding doors and access to a Juliet porch. Kitchen: Natural wood island; Farm sink. Dining Table: Glass table with built in extension has seating for 10. Pantry/Bar: Access from kitchen as well as parlor (below) Powder Room: With "Mercedes red" sink fashioned out of an old roaster oven; Chalkboard wall Parlor: Sports much of the home's centuries-old history, with exposed rafters, a chandelier circa 1915-1930; Radio from 1920s (works). Front Porch: White porch swing TOP FLOOR Master bedroom: King bed, sitting area, private bathroom and large closet. Second bedroom: This bedroom has a couch that converts to a full-size bed. Hall bathroom: Access to the top floor's second bathroom is from the hallway or the “second” bedroom. Third bedroom: Full-sized bed and a couch. Laundry closet BASEMENT FLAT The flat includes 2 bedrooms and two full-sized bathrooms with a full kitchen. Bedroom 1: On the 4th Street side of the house, this room has a queen-sized bed, full bath, closet and dresser. Bedroom 2: With a Mid-Century style couch, full bath, dresser and closet. The couch can convert into a king bed, to two-twin beds with a small table in between, a twin with a table and swivel chair or two-swivel chairs (Scandinavian ingenuity!). Living Area/Kitchen: Full kitchen, small table and chairs and a couch that converts to a twin+ bed. COURTYARD Private courtyard with garden, fire pit and basketball net.

Location Category:

  • HOUSES - INTERIORS - [general]

Architecture Style:

  • Period 1900s - 1910s

Location Address

1141 4th Street, NE
Washington, DC 20002
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1141 4th St NE
Apt, Suite, Bldg. (optional)
Washington, DC 20002
Phone: 202.378.8047
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