An architectural jewel set in an expansive magical urban oasis with terraced gardens and decorative brick walls, giant mature oaks, and maples trees that shade the reflecting pools and fountain with plenty of space for a swimming pool. Encompassing four bedrooms and three-and-a-half baths, three fireplaces, plus in-law suite with private separate entrance, and two parking spaces, this Mass Ave residence has been featured prominently in many publications including the Washington Post. With international influence from its award-winning architect, the home is known for its timeless architecture, creative design, and mid-century craftsmanship. With smooth transitions between interior and exterior spaces, many of the special features include a stunning grand living room with marble fireplace and mirrored alcoves in addition to a cozy library with a fireplace. A large family room with its own entrance, fireplace, and wall of windows overlooks the terraced gardens and fountains. A contiguous studio-suite has its own separate entrance, patio, and garden. The home’s large sun-filled rooms and organic flow was designed for indoor and outdoor large-scale entertaining, yet comfortable and tranquil for private everyday living. Mass Avenue Heights is one of the most prestigious Washington D.C. neighborhoods dating back to 1887. Walkable to the Woodley Park metro, the finest hotels, restaurants and easy access to the Kennedy Center, the White House, and Reagan National and Dulles airports.