GDoN? “restored inside out” edition

3312 Lowell Street Northwest

This house is located at 3312 Lowell Street, Northwest. The listing says:

“Spectacular 5BR/4.5BA renovation in heart of Cleveland Park. 4200 SF; 4 lvls; restored inside out. No detail overlooked-all new floors, doors, windows, electrical, plumbing, sound system, 2 new HVAC systems, 3 zones w/Nest thermostats! 3story addition for flexible, open fp. Gourmet kit; large MBR suite; walk-out LL w/nanny suite; finished 3rd level w/balcony.”

You can see more photos here.

This 5 bed/4.5 bath is going for $2,489,000.

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  • So the bathroom picture doesn’t warrant a photo of whether or not there is a full bathtub or just a shower? Nice house but that beige overkill can get a little worn out (I know that’s just the staging). And no basement…hmm for 2 1/2 Id expect a little bit more.

  • Emmaleigh504

    I could be quite happy here.

  • justinbc

    Love those wood beams and the dining room they’re over. Also love the window filled bedroom, and the basement is one of the most well light and airy feeling I’ve seen. No real complaints here.

  • I went to see this house when it first hit the market a few months ago. It was amazing, but, in my opinion, overpriced. Basically, you are paying a hefty developers fee because there are plenty of houses in Cleveland Park that could be similarly remodeled but are selling in the 1-1.4 million range. So, if you are willing to wait for a year or so for a renovation to be complete, you could probably save a ton of money and get the house remodeled to your specs–rather than a developers.

    Troy, there is a full basement with (I think) a bedroom, full bath and sitting area. If I remember, it looked like it was setup for an au pair.

  • If I had 2.5 million, I’d buy it. No questions asked. How long before those copper drain spouts are stolen, though?

  • So much white. The whole house actually looks like it belongs at the beach. I love the wood details on the ceiling in the breakfast nook.

  • epric002

    that’s a lot of white and beige. still beautiful though, and love the full wall of windows over the sink, the beams in the kitchen, and the copper gutters and downspouts.

  • I would expect to see guys in white cardigans drinking gin & tonics and singing a capella in that joint. Blech.

  • lovely home, but at this price point I think you find something a bit more memorable. also, I feel like those color floors would limit your color palette options.

  • I go by this house every day on my bike commute and watched the renovations. They were indeed extensive. It’s right across the street from Eaton Elementary. Despite the neighborhood, the price does seem a bit high. I imagine they won’t get the asking price.

  • This is the first house I’ve seen in a while that I’m actually drooling over. I was looking for homes in the 1.5 range in CP a year ago and everything was crap and needed a remodel like this. Also, this remodel is certainly more of a restoration rather than a lame renovation.

    It’s a beautiful house in a perfect neighborhood. Want.

  • This is directly across the street from Murch School. Nice house, but getting in and out during school is going to be a pain.

  • My goodness – that house has no character on the inside at all. How did they manage that? Kitchen is well-laid out, though, which is nice.

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