3310 Ross Pl NW, Washington, DC 20008

4 beds4 baths3,487 sqft Edit

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Sold: $1,800,000
Sold on 11/13/12
Zestimate®: $2,139,490
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Ideally sited on one of the most picturesque blocks in DC, this quintessential porch-front Cleveland Park home (circa 1906) was pristinely restored beyond its original Victorian glory! Far beyond a simple renovation, this historic restoration built upon design elements more than a century old and incorporated modern spaces and comforts, such as a laundry room on the upper level, a newly excavated lower level that feels more like a first floor than one that is submerged and a unique attic retreat. This very special home was painstakingly taken down to its original studs and rebuilt with all new systems over an 18-month period culminating in early 2005. The original Shingle-style architecture was carefully preserved and enriched at a renovation cost alone of approximately $1.1 million. The kind of home in which generations of family gather together on special occasions, it is now available to serve as a muse for a new generation for the next fortunate owner!Step inside and fall in love! An unrivaled attention to detail is immediately evidenced by the foyer's custom oak woodwork, built-in ?kissing? bench and historic lighting fixtures that include a period newel post purchased in a small antique shop just outside of London and an antique elevator light found in an vintage lighting shop in the Berkshires.The living room showcases a combination of an original oversized window and several new custom Marvin windows that replicate the original design. The room was expanded to feature an entirely new bay with built-in bench. Other amenities include new crown molding, new picture rail molding, reclaimed historic lighting fixtures and refinished original pine wood floors. Even the original pocket doors were restored to working order. The dining room, which showcases an antique Cherry mantle, can be used as double parlor for additional entertaining space or set as a formal dining room. The wood-burning fireplace features a convenient gas starter and stunning Ann Sacks tile. Matching period chandeliers grace both the living and dining rooms.The gourmet kitchen boasts marble counters, a Viking Professional 48" six-burner-plus-grill dual fuel thermal-convection automatic re-ignition range, a Sub-Zero 736TC refrigerator/freezer, a Miele Incognito dishwasher, a classic gooseneck Waterworks faucet with separate hand spray and an over-sized Kallista farm sink. The Professional Viking range features an exterior venting hood with removable baffle filters, heat lamps, halogen lights, a stainless backsplash and shelf.Three-Point Locking Marvin French Doors in both the kitchen and the dining room open to the rear porch. The fully integrated Sub-Zero is encased in custom wood panels, lending it the appearance of a free-standing cabinet. The all new pantry touts soapstone counters, a Viking microwave and a Viking wine cooler. The pantry's custom woodwork was inspired by the architecture of days gone by. Full extension lower shelves provide easy access to pots and cooking supplies.The opulent powder room showcases an exquisite turn-of-the century stained glass recovered from another historic DC home, an elegant wall-mounted Herbeau faucet, two Sutton wall sconces by Wilmette Lighting, an Italian chandelier, classic wainscoting, substantial crown molding, Toto toilet and an antique marble-topped table adapted to ever-so-chicly house a Waterford-inspired glass vessel sink.An exposed stone wall and classic board-and-batten molding set the stage for the relaxed elegance found in the lower level. A conveniently located wet bar is cleverly tucked under the staircase. The spacious family room was made to feel even more so thanks to the floor having been excavated to increase the ceiling height. The once unused space now features ample 8' ceilings, hardwood floors, recessed lighting, custom millwork and a lighted display cabinet with glass doors. The lower level bath touts a custom marble vanity, a glass shower panel and Kohler tub. Upstairs custom built-in oak  More Less 

Facts

  • Lot: 6,064 sqft
  • Single Family
  • Built in 1906
  • Heating: Forced air
  • Last sold: Nov 2012 for $1,800,000
  • Last sale price/sqft: $516

Features

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      Construction

      • Construction quality: 8.0
      • Exterior material: Other
      • Roof type: Shake Shingle
      • Room count: 7
      • Stories: 3
      • Unit count: 1

      Other

      • Floor size: 3,487 sqft
      • Last remodel year: 2005
      • Parcel #: 2082 0045
      • Zillow Home ID: 71740172

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      +$10,225 Last 30 days
      $2.03M
      $2.25M
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      +$265 Last 30 days
      $3.0K
      $7.4K
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      Zillow predicts Cleveland Park home values will rise 0.5% next year, compared to a 1.1% rise for Washington as a whole. Among Cleveland Park homes, this home is valued 138% more than the midpoint (median) home, but is valued 8.2% less per square foot.

      Foreclosures will be a factor impacting home values in the next several years. In Cleveland Park, the number of foreclosures waiting to be sold is 83.9% less than in Washington, and 86.3% lower than the national average. This lower local number could help Cleveland Park home values rise more quickly than other regions in Washington.

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          Distance

        • 8
          out of 10
          Eaton Elementary (assigned)
          PK-5
          0.3 mi
        • 8
          out of 10
          Deal Middle (assigned)
          6-8
          1.5 mi
        • 6
          out of 10
          Wilson High (assigned)
          9-12 & ungraded
          1.4 mi

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