This handsome, APPROXIMATELY 3000 sqft, Colonial townhouse is part of a sequence of homes located in upper Georgetown on a portion of what was the Georgetown estate ~Friendship~ once owned by Evelyn Walsh Mclean of the Hope Diamond fame & which later became The Dumbarton Tennis Club. The collection of homes encompasses Reservoir, 34th and N streets and were developed by John de Sibour & the Georgetown Development Corp in the early 1950's. Happily we have a history of this to gift to the next owner. ~3323~ has been carefully remodeled & impeccably maintained . The gracious Entry Hall leads to a Large "step-down" living room, beautifully proportioned with tall ceiling, loads of light & French doors to a professionally designed garden with a charming garden cottage used to store gardening supplies. The Dining Room & custom Gourmet Kitchen, open to each other for either casual or formal dining. The Kitchen was masterfully designed to create an environment with well thought out placement for appliances & storage, & with an ease to enjoy the cooking experience. Additionally , the Main Floor includes a dramatic Powder Room. The Second Floor features a Spacious Master Bedroom with full bath en-suite & plenty of windows; the Second Room is dramatic in itself - double height, comprising a Study with a staircase to a sleeping loft with large skylights & access to the roof; the Third Bedroom is adjoining, as is a hall Bath for both secondary bedrooms. The Lower Level was opened for maximum use as a very comfortable Family Room with a sleeping area; a Murphy Bed is included in the sleeping area which can be curtained off for guests. There is an adjoining full bath, and a surprisingly large storage/laundry room with plenty of storage built- ins. Also, there is access to the street/sidewalk from this level.