Re-Imagine 1815 13th Street, The Cromwell House, in Logan Circle! Live in the historic footsteps of the legendary early leaders of the Civil Rights Movement of the early 20th Century. This property is situated on the same block between two historic sites, the boyhood home of the legendary jazz musician Duke Ellington and the famous Whitelaw Hotel, noted on the Register of Historic Landmarks. This was the home of a very distinguished Washingtonian family that lived there during the era when the Logan Circle and U Street Corridor neighborhoods were the intellectual seat of dynamic change. The residents contributed in many ways to the vibrant neighborhood of that time. The home today harkens back to the elegance, spirit, and dynamism of the cultural richness of its past. This expansive classic bay-front brick Victorian, built in 1890, features over 4,638 square feet of living space on four levels, 11 foot soaring ceilings, original hardwood floors, very tall pocket doors, four fireplaces, and it is immersed in natural light from huge windows and additional side windows lining the breezeway. Two parking spaces in the rear are accessed from rear decks and stairs. Filled with historic architectural details, the home is currently configured as two units, and has the legal C of O for such. It is also outfitted with two separate electric and gas meters. A new owner could benefit from realizing rental income by living in one unit and renting out the other. The home could also be easily converted back to an expansive single family home. The Logan Circle and U Street Corridor neighborhoods have a Walk Score of 98 and provide shopping and fabulous gourmet restaurants as well as a Whole Foods and Trader Joes for culinary fare at home. Metro is close by, across from the iconic Lincoln Theatre and world famous Ben's Chili Bowl. The property is to convey "As Is".
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