333 5TH STREET SE, WASHINGTON, DC 20003
Semi-detached and spacious 4BR/3.5BA Victorian bayfront boasts approximately 3336sf of space on 3 levels (per DC tax records), including a connecting basement with 2nd kitchen, and an enviable location on coveted quiet street. Ornate original iron stairs lead to a double door entry vestibule. Step into the plush carpeted hall foyer opening into a spacious double parlor living room, featuring a large bay, woodburning fireplace with original mantelpiece and double pocket doors separating the living and dining rooms. Just beyond the discreetly-located powder room is a large bright kitchen with 2 side windows, oodles of counter space and cabinets, gas cooking, tall pantry cabinets and space for a cafe table. Step out and down to a spacious brick patio, the perfect setting for al fresco dining, with a planting border that will allow you to stretch your green thumb.
Up the skylit hall are 3BRs, all with wood floors and tall ceilings, plus a hall bathroom with tub, and a large laundry closet with full-size washer and dryer plus storage. At front, the large primary ensuite bedroom offers a spacious bay (for curling up with a book or additional WFH space), a large closet wall, and an ensuite bath featuring a subway tiled walk in shower with built-in bench. The connecting lower level is super flexible, featuring a second full kitchen and 3rd full bath with another subway tiled walk-in shower and built-in bench. A spacious family room has built-in bookcases flanking a wood burning fireplace. Pocket doors separate this from the 4th BR, which also works well as a large office, guest BR, or exercise room.
Dual zone HVAC (main house/basement are separate zones) keeps things comfortable year round. Enjoy living at the epicenter of the Hill, 3 blocks to Brent Elementary, Barracks Row, Eastern Market, multiple parks, CapBikeShare and Metro stations, and a short stroll to the US Capitol and Nats Park, all on a quiet, tree-lined street. Estate sale. Property sold strictly As Is. Note that the wooden fence along south side is scheduled to be replaced in the next month or two by the folks doing the adjoining church construction project.