A very special and unique Georgetown house with garage parking located in a serene oasis in the upper East Village. The property is a well-cared for treasure with windows on all four sides of the home, situated at a higher elevation on two lots with private terraces and expansive views to the south, east and west. The gardens, one of the first residential designs by Oehme van Sweden are established and easily maintained with a variety of plantings to create interest throughout the seasons. The home enjoys extraordinary, elegant living spaces one “must see” to appreciate. Currently configured as a two bedroom, three full and one-half-bath and office spaces, the new owner might redecorate other rooms to add additional bedrooms. The original floor plan when current owners bought the home was 3 ensuite bedrooms. With a proper and gracious marbled entry, one is led into an extraordinary living room with high ceilings and French doors leading out to the gardens. The elegant dining room, with lovely fireplace, has access through French doors out to the terrace, charming for before or after dinner enjoyment. There is a most wonderful quiet and elegant family room/ library, large enough to gather around the fireplace (one of four fireplaces) as well as provide space for a home office. The master suite, on the second floor has a spectacular view over the trees to the south. It is large with seating area around the fireplace. French doors lead out to a Juliet balcony overlooking the gardens and trees with dramatic views, but great privacy.