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Listing of the Day: 1809 Kilbourne Place NW

Address: 1809 Kilbourne Place NW
Neighborhood: Mount Pleasant
Listed: $1,585,000
Open: Sunday, Oct. 10, 2-4 p.m.

Move-in ready in the heart of Mount Pleasant! This fully renovated 4 BD/3.5 BA home offers the perfect balance of charm with stunning updates for today’s homeowner.

The main level features large, open living and dining areas with exposed brick, hardwood floors, and a chef’s kitchen complete with island and high-end appliances. Three bedrooms, a washer/dryer and two full baths grace the second floor, offering you the primary suite of your dreams with vaulted ceilings, exposed beams and an en-suite primary bathroom. Fabulous in-law suite spans the lower-level with a front and back entrance, high ceilings, a fourth bedroom, full bath and a second kitchen.

Hang on your front porch along this coveted tree-lined block of Mount Pleasant or gather around the fire pit on your spacious back patio with room for two cars or outdoor entertaining. Enjoy all that Mount Pleasant has to offer within blocks of your new home. Steps from the trails of Rock Creek Park and the National Zoo.

Welcome home.

Listed by:
Megan Conway
Conway Group of Compass
202-262-2815
[email protected]
www.compass.com/agents/megan-conway

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