Kalorama ranks as one pf the finest neighborhoods in America. It has historic and diplomatic residences that symbolize the role Washington plays on the world state. S Street is the focus of community interest now as the Textile Museum is being transformed from a museum into an "all green" private residence. Only a half block away from beautiful Mitchell Park,
2325 S Street NW is prominently situated among all the embassies. The Federal style with its three plaques fits perfectly into the neighborhood, and it represents a significant history of design that began with the Adam Brothers in London. A warm and welcoming grand Foyer with a marble floor and curved ceiling invites you into this meticulously designed four-story home featuring an elevator and many custom amenities. Elegance defines the brushed bronze spiral stairway that leads up to the main story of the house. Separated by custom corbels, the embassy-sized Dining Room has a window wall that opens directly to a professionally designed terraced garden. The Kitchen has many gourmet features, including a 6-burner Wolf gas stove with an electric oven, a pot-filler over the stove, Sub-Zero refrigerator, a Miele dishwasher, another wine cellar, and Venetian plaster walls.
The two top levels include a grand Family Room with a media area, game table, refrigerator and wet bar. There are two en-suite Bedrooms with limitless custom details and amenities, and on the third floor, a Master Suite with a roof terrace and a remote awning that overlooks the magnificent Waddy Wood and John Russell Pope architecture of the Textile Museum across the street. The Master Bathrooms have gold fixtures, oil-rubbed bronze details, and custom cabinets. A concrete curved driveway leads to the front door with flanking gas lights. Are you ready to call Kalorama home?