Property Description 1768 LANG NE PLACE, WASHINGTON, DC 20002
Come Home for the Holidays! Situated on a quiet, tree-lined block minutes from the National Arboretum, this lovingly restored four-bedroom, 2.5-bath rowhome features all the modern amenities you could want blended seamlessly with traditional D.C. charm. Pass through the front door and into the sun-bathed living room with solid oak hardwoods and hand-restored original wood trim. Enjoy the convenience of a sumptuous powder room with travertine pedestal sink on the main living floor. Make your way to the fully renovated kitchen and dining area to indulge your inner chef with top-of-the-line stainless steel appliances (including gas range) and gorgeous blue flower granite countertops. Thoughtfully designed cabinetry with drawer-in-drawer storage, inner LED lighting, and built-in pantry provides ample space for all your favorite kitchen tools and supplies. ___________ Head upstairs to luxuriate in the main bath, taking an extended soak in the reglazed cast-iron tub with frameless glass design, surrounded on all sides by carrara marble sparkling under the skylight. The main bedroom entices with plenty of room for a king-size bed, two closets, and a corner with built-ins to accommodate a reading nook, vanity, or whatever sparks your imagination. Two more bedrooms upstairs offer space for guests, the perfect work-from-home setup - or all of the above!_____________ From there, head downstairs guided by custom LED cove lighting into the fully finished walkout basement. Linger in the spacious rec room, ideal for relaxing or entertaining. Turn the corner to discover a bonus full bedroom hidden behind a trackless sliding door, including an ensuite bath complete with quartzite tile and designer rainshower.___________ Come springtime, you'll have options: will you enjoy a drink with friends or family on the breezy front porch, looking out on your miniature Japanese rock garden and "Fireglow" Japanese maple? Or break out the grill on the rear deck with views of the verdant hills of the National Arboretum? If you're heading out, pull out of your convenient rear driveway and take a short spin to Safeway, Aldi, tons of H Street restaurants, Jenks Hardware, the Arboretum (5 minutes), Union or Eastern Market, Whole Foods, Trader Joe's, Costco, Union Station (10 minutes), or pretty much anything downtown (15 minutes). You won't need to leave often, but if you decide to head out of town you'll enjoy easy access to 295 and Route 50. (No car? No problem - just hop on the nearby streetcar for access to anywhere on H Street or to Union Station, or catch the Metro red or orange lines at NoMa-Gallaudet and Stadium-Armory.)____________ The beauty of this home runs much more than skin-deep: after extensive renovations, it now boasts a new EPDM and shingle roof (2015), front-load energy-efficient LG washer/dryer pair (2015), Navien tankless water heater (2015), high-efficiency gas furnace and central A/C (2015), all-new PVC plumbing throughout (2015), an electrical heavy-up to 200A service (2015), and a large rear storage shed to boot (2019). ___________ Last but not least, your new home is future-proofed and eco-friendly, sporting new Low-E Vytex Fortis windows (2017, including high-security and sound-dampening laminated basement windows), LED lighting throughout, solar panels with Enphase Energy system (2016, under a 15-year transferable PPA lease), and 32A electric vehicle charger (2019).